Evanescence has finally ended their four-year break as it announced a 16-date tour across the US beginning this October.
The "Bring Me To Life" band made an official announcement on their site detailing their first tour since returning from a 2012-2015 hiatus. Fans can expect to see the band on stage again beginning Oct. 28 in Dallas, Texas. It wraps up on Nov. 23 in Huntington, New York.
During the course of their time off, the band has been through a lot including the departure of their long-time guitarist Terry Balsamo and the legal battle between frontwoman Amy Lee and Wind-Up Records. Reports claimed that Lee sued their former record label for unpaid royalties.
The band's upcoming tour will also showcase their new guitarist Jen Majura. It can be recalled that the band recruited Equilibrium's guitarist in 2015.
"Just when you thought I was off the hard stuff! It's going to feel amazing to step back onstage with the band this fall," Evanescence frontwoman Amy Lee told Rolling Stone. "We had such a tight gel solidifying onstage the last few shows, and were enjoying it so much, we were all lamenting that it was so short and have been on the lookout for more opportunities to play live."
Aside from their upcoming tour, fans can also get a glimpse of Amy Lee's gentler side as she debuts her first children's album. The album entitled "Dream Too Much" will be released as an Amazon Music exclusive on Sept. 30. It will include kid-friendly songs like the Sesame Street classic "Rubber Duckie", the Beatles' "Hello Goodbye" and R&B standard "Goodnight My Love."
Tickets for the upcoming tour will go on sale Friday, Aug. 26. Check out the full tour schedule below:
Oct. 28: Dallas, TX @ South Side Ballroom
Oct. 30: Oklahoma City, OK @ Diamond Ballroom
Nov. 1: Austin, TX @ ACL Live at the Moody Theater
Nov. 3: San Antonio, TX @ Majestic Theatre
Nov. 5: Houston, TX @ Revention Music Center
Nov. 6: New Orleans, LA @ Saenger Theatre
Nov. 9: Mobile, AL @ Saenger Theatre
Nov. 10: Saint Augustine, FL @ St Augustine Amphitheater
Nov. 12: Orlando, FL @ Central Florida Fairgrounds
Nov. 13: Miami Beach, FL @ The Fillmore at Jackie Gleason
Nov. 15: Charlotte, NC @ The Fillmore Charlotte
Nov. 16: Greenville, SC @ Peace Concert Hall
Nov. 18: Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore
Nov. 19: Atlantic City, NJ @ Harrah's Atlantic City
Nov. 22: Montclair, NJ @ The Wellmont Theatre
Nov. 23: Huntington, NY @ The Paramount