In just two weeks, Evanescence will release their new album, Synthesis. The record reimagines the band’s songs in a more symphonic and electronic way. We’ve already heard the new rendition of their early hit, “Bring Me To Life,” as well as their brand new song, “Imperfection.” Last week, Evanescence performed their new song “Hi-Lo” too. Now, fans can hear an updated version of their career highlight, “Lacrymosa.”
“Lacrymosa,” which borrow’s from Mozart’s famous composition, was an album track on the Evanescence’s 2006 album, The Open Door. Although it was not released as a single, it was a true highlight on the album. This new recording takes an already majestic song and makes it surprisingly electronic. But of course, that is a major part of the Synthesis project. It’s a stunning new version of the song. Listen to “Lacrymosa” below:
You can pre-order Synthesis on iTunes now and get instant downloads of “Lacrymosa,” “Imperfection,” and “Bring Me To Life.” You can also stream “Lacrymosa” on Spotify. The album will be out on November 10th.
Catch up on all we know about Synthesis, and enjoy the new songs while we wait for November 10th to arrive. Be sure to see Evanescence live – they’re touring North America from October through December. Check out tour dates and tickets before it’s too late. Keep checking back here for all the latest Evanescence music news.
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