• AMY LEE Says EVANESCENCE's Original Record Label Wanted To Turn Band Into 'Female LINKIN PARK'

    1 month ago - By Blabber Mouth

    EVANESCENCE singer Amy Lee spoke to Alternative Press about how the band's original record label Wind Up threatened not to release the group's debut album, "Fallen", if she and her bandmates didn't add a male voice to lead single "Bring Me To Life" to make it more palatable for radio.
    The album version of "Bring Me to Life" - which featured guest vocals from Paul McCoy of 12 STONES - reached No. 5 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and was EVANESCENCE's first U.K. No. 1 single. It was included on the soundtrack of superhero film "Daredevil" which helped propel sales.
    Lee said : "I was really...
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