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Evanescence still has something to say

“I think you could hear one of these songs and go, ‘Oh yeah, that’s Evanescence,’ ’’ says Amy Lee of the band’s new album. “I think you could hear one of these songs and go, ‘Oh yeah, that’s Evanescence,’ ’’ says Amy Lee of the band’s new album.
By Sarah Rodman
Globe Staff / October 28, 2011

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It’s been five years since the last Evanescence album and frontwoman Amy Lee is raring to get back down to business. The Arkansas native is gratified to see that many fans are raring alongside her as the group’s self-titled third album recently debuted at number one on the Billboard top 200 albums chart and the band’s show tonight at the Palladium in Worcester is sold out. We chatted recently with Lee by phone from an Oakland tour stop.

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