It has been 10 years since Evanescence fans have heard any original music, but now the wait is finally over with 'The Bitter Truth'. The question is, is it worth the decade long wait?
The longstanding anticipation will finally pay off, as Evanescence's first album of original music in a decade is on the horizon. The band's distinctive sound has made waves on an entire generation in the rock genre. Not only that, but the band served as a pivotal resurgence for female vocalists in rock and metal. In a recent press event, which predominantly featured frontwoman Amy Lee and Troy McLawhorn, we were given some insight into the makings of the album, which takes twists and turns for a sound that feels matured, nostalgic, and like the taste of something new.
The six-track EP features reworked versions of tracks from the band's back catalogue, as well as a cover of Dolly Parton/Whitney Houston classic 'I Will Always Love You'.
The track is the second single from their forthcoming album 'The Bitter Truth', which is the band's first album of new, original music in nine years.