Evanescence singer Amy Lee is reportedly suing Wind-Up Records for more than $1 million over unpaid royalties and other allegations, according to TMZ. Lee apparently claims that Wind-Up attempted to sabotage Evanescence by appointing the band under-qualified promoters who lacked useful ideas.
Today (March 4) marks 10 years since the release of Evanescence’s landmark debut disc ‘Fallen,’ and Wind-up Records is re-issuing the album on limited edition purple vinyl (seen on the left). Pre-ordering is currently under way, with a May 21 ship date on the co…
Looks like former Evanescence guitarist Ben Moody may be in some legal trouble. The musician and popular songwriter is reportedly being sued by Rider Management Inc. for $500,000 in unpaid commissions.
Evanescence fans had to wait five years between 'The Open Door' and last year's self-titled album, and now singer Amy Lee is suggesting that fans may have to once again wait a while for album number four.
Evanescence rose to mainstream success early in their career, but with their release of their latest self-titled disc, founding member Amy Lee considers her band more of an underground success. As the band kicks off the Carnival of Madness tour, Lee sat down with Fuse to talk about touring with Hale…
Evanescence singer Amy Lee‘s vocal power is on full display once again in the band’s latest single, ‘Lost in Paradise,’ and it’s leaving behind a little bit of a chemtrail in the new lyric video for the song.
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