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Synthesis is the fourth studio album by American rock band Evanescence.It was released on November 10, 2017, by BMG Rights Management. The album includes reworked versions of the band's previous material with an orchestral arrangement and electronica music elements, in addition to two new songs. David Campbell was responsible for the arrangement, along with Amy Lee and producer William Barry.
I feel like Evanescence is just Amy. I get it, she's an attractive woman with a smooth, beautiful voice. Sometimes sultry even. But personally, the band element of Evanescence is generic and lacking. There're a lot of power chords, the bass is usually the exact same as the guitar, and there's not much musical chemistry. Drumming is alright. And there's so much compression. Without Amy no one.
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The music for My Immortal is available below. Evanescence, Andrea Begley, Adam Perlmutter, Lindsey Stirling is the writer of this piece of music. You can preview the first page of My Immortal by clicking on the preview icon next to the the arrangement that you that you would like to view. Most files also offer a short audio playback and the facility to transpose a piece.
Following Lindsey Stirling’s performance, Evanescence soon took the stage, initiating their show not with a flash, bang, and heavy chords as some might expect, but with only Amy Lee, her piano, and the orchestra in her midst. However, the tempo and energy quickly changed, and with it, Lee did not allow herself to remain locked behind the keys. Shortly after the heavier parts of “Never Go.
Although fans never heard “Hi-Lo” before this year, the song was actually among the first written for Evanescence. Fans have known about the title for the last six years, and the song exceeds the hype that built up over all this time. “Hi-Lo” fades in like a whisper, built on soft piano and flute, subtle electronic beats and clicks, and a sighing symphony. The chorus crashes in.