Evanescence lead singer Amy Lee hinted in an interview with AOL that the band is gearing up to make new music, but that it might not take the form of a traditional album release. Lee explained, “We have some new little plan in store, but I don’t wanna give it away yet. But there is some new Evanescence stuff that we’re starting at, but it’s not exactly the most traditional thing. It’s not just, ‘Okay, we’re gonna make a new album right now.’ Not that that’s not coming, but first there’s something else that’s a little bit special and different and (that is) gonna take you down a different path that we wanna try.”

Lee told us a while back that she doesn’t use record sales as a gauge for success these days: [“Well you just can’t judge it the same way you used to and by the same model. Having people hear and connect to your song isn’t directly linked to record sales, that’s for sure. I think it may be more accurate to look at how many views on YouTube or something. I’m cool about it. We’ve had a lot of success in the past and that’s awesome. I don’t look at it like this daunting thing that we have to live up to, I look at it like this really positive, awesome thing that wouldn’t have been able to happen if we’d come out for the first time this year.”]

  • Lee also told AOL that Evanescence is “really having a good time as a band right now. Everybody’s just gelling really well together and playing really well together.”
  • The band will release a career-spanning vinyl box set this fall containing all three official studio albums along with the rare, early demo album Origin.
  • Also included in the six-LP set is a disc collecting the band’s legendary bonus tracks along with the first new Evanescence studio recording in years, “Even In Death (2016),” a song that originally appeared on Origin.
  • Evanescence will kick off a month-long North American tour on October 28th in Dallas, the band’s first proper trek in four years.