Evanescence recently played a three-song set at
Revolver Magazine‘s Golden Gods Awards, rocking out to “Made of Stone,” “What You Want” and “Call Me When You’re Sober.”
Held at downtown Los Angeles’ Club Nokia, the ceremony honored Evanescence front woman Amy Lee as the Best Vocalist.
Watch their entire performance in the video below:
Evanescence currently has a few tour dates scheduled through the upcoming months.
For more information, visit their
Both Evanescence and Falling in Reverse earned nominations for Most Dedicated Fans at the fourth annual
Revolver Golden Gods awards, which honors the best and brightest of heavy music.
Fans of the two bands are up against Asking Alexandria, Avenged Sevenfold, Black Veil Brides and HIM.
In addition to the Most Dedicated Fans category, Evanescence also received nods for Comeback of the Year, Album of the Year and Best Vocalist (Amy Lee).
The event will take place April 11 at Club Nokia in downtown Los Angeles, but voting is open now for all categories, which also include:
- Best Guitarist
- Best Bassist
- Best Live Band
- Most Metal Athlete
- Riff Lord
- Best Bassist
- Best International Band
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Follow the exploits of Charvel guitarist Terry Balsamo (below) and Evanescence via their
For more information about guitarist Derek Jones and Falling in Reverse, visit the band’s
official tumblr. That’s Jones below:
Evanescence’s Amy Lee paints a dramatic and haunting picture in the band’s latest video for “My Heart is Broken,” off their 2011′s eponymous album.
Lee sings about being in a dark place while trying to overcome obstacles to free oneself. While guitarist Terry Balsamo and his bandmates flail on their instruments in the darkness, Lee finds herself in desolate places like a field of grass and a crumbling room.
Watch the action below:
For tour dates and more information about Evanescence, visit the band’s
Guitarist Terry Balsamo from epic rockers Evanescence is now on board with Charvel.
Balsamo will largely be playing a Warren DeMartini Blood & Skull signature model, but he’ll also try his hand at the Desolation Skatecaster.
Currently, the band has
a string of U.S. tour dates scheduled for 2012 after the release of their self-titled 2011 album.
Here are some photos of Balsamo rocking the Skatecaster:
Photos courtesy of Mike Tempesta