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Could the new dates signal a return to the studio too?
Tickets for the upcoming tour go on sale Friday, preceded by a fan club pre-sale Tuesday at 10 a.m.
While Lee has hinted about all the “bullshit” that went on, Moody has remained mum. In a post to an Evanescence fan site, Moody ended seven years of silence to talk about his relationship with Lee, the in-fighting that led to his exit, and the fans of Evanescence who attack him and his new band, We Are the Fallen.
“For once, I am not going to paint the sugar coated pleasant version of events,” he wrote.
The crossover metal act broke the news Monday (Aug. Equilibrium guitarist Jen Majura took his place when Evanescence returned to the stage for a trio of U. shows ahead of a Japanese Ozziest gig last November.
tour for this fall, its first since returning from a 2012-15 hiatus. This period saw the departure of longtime guitarist Terry Balsamo and the band’s release from Wind-Up Records, which frontwoman Amy Lee had sued for unpaid royalties.
It’s encouraging news for Evanescence fans, who have had to remain patient since the band took a break from the road in late 2012.
“I’m going to tell you exactly what happened.” On Lee and his departure from Evanescence:“A cruel fact of life is that the person you are at 15, doesn’t resemble the person you are at 18 and 21…
and today I in no way resemble the person I was when I was in Evanescence.For the last year, the song has "followed me around and haunted me," he said, and it chipped away at his reputation."People would say to me, 'Yeah, man, I know what you're going through,' and I was like, 'No, I don't think you do,' " Morgan explained.In any relationship, I don't think it's right to say and do those things when people break up, and she obviously felt the need to go out there and make me sound like a complete a--hole. But I didn't feel the need to write back and be mean." Instead, the Howard Benson-produced Finding Beauty — which the band hopes to begin mixing next week — boasts "Breakdown," a song some might interpret as Morgan's answer to "Sober." But that's not the case.