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Evanescence playing in UK cities soon
They'll be in the legendary home of Robin Hood, Nottingham, on November 5th, quickly heading to Manchester in time for a performance on the evening of the 6th.
Birmingham fans will get their chance to see the Going Under group on the 8th, and the capital itself, London, will enjoy their presence on the 9th.
Evanescence's biggest hit on UK shores was the 2003 single Bring Me To Life, though they also enjoyed charts success with tracks like Call Me When You're Sober and ballad My Immortal.
Bucking the trend for bands to name their first album –rather than later LPs - after themselves, their most recent record was actually given the title Evanescence.
Featuring tacks like Lost In Paradise and Made of Stone, it came out in 2011.
Published by AW.Posted on 19 Jul 2012 17:25 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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