Monday 30 October 2017

Evanescences releases Synthesis version of 'Lacrymosa'

With the release day of their upcoming fourth album, Synthesis, coming faster than expected, American rock band Evanescence shared with their followers one of the songs from the record, a reworked version of 'Lacrymosa'.
The song is part of their second studio album, The Open Door, from 2006, and was praised for its highly dark, gothic sound. Now, the famous track that was supposedly written for the The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe film, acquires a new and more dramatic style, turning what was already considered a great piece by critics into a completely work of art in terms of both music and voice.
Evanescence has already released the Synthesis version of their most known single, 'Bring Me to Life', and the album's first music video for the original song 'Imperfection', which speaks about depression and suicide.
Synthesis is currently in pre-order in iTunes, scheduled to be released on November 11th of this year by BMG Rights Management, despite the Synthesis Tour to promote the album started on October 14th.

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