But after living with it this long and going through all the changes it has, and still I know what the core sounds like. It’s cool, it feels really good to be able to listen back just at the body of work and be like, “Wow, this is cool.So I think I’m learning that you’re either in that world of Evanescence or you’re not. I’m working on volume two of , but I’ve just started working on it. I did something with my life.” And there are things from the oldest stuff especially where I would never do that now.“Once you start getting a substantial number of viewers you start getting a share of the advertising revenue,’’ she said.
about the project, but was also game to discuss her solo career and (sort of) the future of Evanescence. And songs just have been coming out, just through talking to him and listening to hilarious stuff he says, or watching him get really interested in things.
~ Talk about the decision to do a children’s record, and record it with your family. Also, I wanted to record a little bit with my dad, who’s a musician.
So I got my sisters in there, we got more of the family involved, and just really focused on writing new songs and making it into a full album. But there’s a lot of leftover songs that are in this other world that I think I put in my solo for later category to use later, and one of them was this cover of “Baby Did a Bad Bad Thing.” We worked on that and it has, definitely, an edge, but it’s also kind of in this different, electronic, small at times vocal thing. We’re just in this different place that was really fun and experimental. That’s the thing about covers is you never wanna make a cover that the originator would hate. Did you enjoy the process of working on the box set?
So it was like a leftover, and I had most of it finished, and I did a little bit more work on it and just threw it on there. That’s intimidating; do you worry if she’d like it? It was actually really cool to reconnect with the history of the band, because it’s been a minute now.
“You can do what you want with the game, your only limitation is your own imagination.
It is awesome.” Helped by another successful “You Tuber” called Stampy, she created an avatar called Amy Lee thirty3 and started posting onto the video sharing site.In the episode Lovely Jubbley, she planted the first rose at the Funland. People that are not indicated are the ones who do not appear often in Stampy's channel.People in italic are the ones who used to be in Stampy's channel but they don't appear at all in a long period of time.We wanted to sort of just make some music for my family really, and the first session that we had went so well with me and my dad and my uncle that we just loved it. “Baby Did a Bad Bad Thing” is something that I was working on back in 2010 when we were making this album that didn’t really work. We took a little bit longer to make it because we sort of made two albums at the same time.And I feel like in any realm when you start doing something creatively and you feel like you’re riding the top of a wave, it’s going really well, and you’re capturing something, you just have to keep going. I was working on something, and I wasn’t sure at first if it was solo or Evanescence, and I think I was still trying to figure out what the difference was. But it turned into our heaviest, most band-oriented record, and I love it. Just don’t ask her what she thinks of it if I cover her song.EVANESCENCE co-founder Ben Moody (guitar), who last year formed a soundalike band called WE ARE THE FALLEN with other former EVANESCENCE members (John Le Compt on guitar and Rocky Gray on drums) along with "American Idol" powerhouse vocalist Carly Smithson and bassist Marty O'Brien (DISTURBED, KELLY CLARKSON, STATIC-X, METHODS OF MAYHEM, TOMMY LEE), has released the following statement: "I'm not someone who partakes in online communities, nor do I scour message boards or read reviews of my work and I almost never read comments posted to videos on You Tube.