Evanescence – Synthesis | Album Review | Rocked

This is an album review.Evanescence recreate old classics (along with a couple new songs) in an electronic and symphonic combination called Synthesis.
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Evanescence is an American rock band founded in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1995 by singer/pianist Amy Lee and guitarist Ben Moody. After recording independent albums, the band released their first full-length album, Fallen, on Wind-up Records in 2003. Fallen sold more than 17 million copies worldwide and helped the band win two Grammy Awards out of seven nominations, as well as scoring number six in CBS’s “Top Bestselling Albums of the Last 10 Years” (2008). A year later, Evanescence released their first live album, Anywhere but Home, which sold more than one million copies worldwide. In 2006, the band released their second studio album, The Open Door, which sold more than five million copies.
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mrsjonathanswifey 26 says:

Ahh man, I IDOLIZED Amy Lee back in the day. She got me through some stuff and I am extremely grateful to her for that. My copy of Fallen actually got badly scratched and worn to the point where it would not play properly in some places. Respect to the queen of my 13 year old black heart.

Vic Rattle Head says:

Review the new Trivium album, fam

John Bartosiak says:

The first Evanescence song I grew up with was “My Immortal” from the album Fallen. I still grew up with that song to this day and it never gets old. I didn’t get to hear the rest of this album yet though.

Rachael Reviews says:

Great now I’m having a Nostalgia crave. Better pull out my back catalog of they’re work.

Throttlesky says:

Listening to this album, I find that most of this album is not rock. The electronica and strings make this a genre jump. It sounds great but not any impact.
Worst crime is remixing the nonband version of my immortal. The perfect transition from piano and strings to heavy rock was perfect and I was excited to see what would happen in a new mix. Unfortunately it wasn’t to be.

Some Punk Kid says:

I mean Alkaline Trio put out an acoustic record that was kinda a reimagining of classic songs with some new and a cover and that record is amazing! Reimagining’s can be good and are very interesting

Joe Digger says:

So, couldn’t come up with a full album of songs so they remixed older 9th so. Well, not the first and won’t be the last

Natalie Adams says:

You want rock? You want Avatar.

Prince Aligorna says:

You know what surprises me is that this band had only done one official holiday track, I think. I feel like an Evanescence Christmas album would be like the Halford or Bad Religion Christmas albums were: on paper it shouldn’t work, but it probably would be amazing. In the same way that Halford’s voice suits “O Come, Emmanuel” and Greg Graffin’s voice suits “O Come All Ye Faithful”, could you imagine Amy Lee doing the “Coventry Carol” or the “Ave Maria”?

randyrrs says:

i dont know but her voice doesnt fit into the rock genre. She sings like an opera style

chris P says:

can you review the new 10 years album?

Killer Corvid says:

I absolutely love this Album!
“Hi-Lo” is my favorite Track from this Album, and has become my all-time favorite Evanescence Song to date.

JustJoshingYT says:

I know this channel is about music but can you make a WWE video? I love the content, keep it up.

buick park avenue says:

When I heard that Evanescence was coming back I expected a full album not a stupid Remix album

Cory Banks says:

I respect Amy Lee, but I don’t personally like her voice

Marc Bou Saleh says:

Please review Hollywood undead-Five

Toxic Potato says:

This seems less like a cool creative move and more like a “we’re trying to be relevant again” stunt

Xulio César says:

I hate the rap vocals in bring me to life!!!

Sandy Rootz says:

Seeing them on Sunday…

Ego12 Draconis says:

awful, especially bring me to life synthesis

EXIIPlays says:

I strongly disagree! These songs stuck with me after hearing them and they’re fantastic! I also saw them live and they were amazing!

A DOTY says:

Yeah the tracks don’t sound much different. Hi Lo is great and that’s pretty much it. The electronics sound cheesy rather than daring or interesting throughout the whole thing. A big pass

Knight Wing says:

Ben Moody should rejoin Evanescence. It’s not the same without him.

Amaranthe Lovisi says:

As a diehard Evanescence fan–the kind of person who still songs “Going Under” at open mic nights–man, it’s hard for me to get through this album. It sounds beautiful, yes, but it also sounds like being punched in the ears with wrongness because I know the originals so well. As a horn player, I did love the bridge of “Imaginary”, but this project seems like something that would be better suited to a live show than an album. I might be interested in seeing a Synthesis concert, but I won’t spin the album again.

krisdaschwab912 says:

Evanescence: Because bands like Epica and The Gathering are too heavy and/or talented for American audiences to appreciate.

I don’t understand the appeal here.

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