Evanescence may perhaps have just released their The Bitter Truth of the matter, but singer Amy Lee has one thing decidedly distinctive she’d be intrigued in using on subsequent – a nature documentary.
Supporters of the singer are informed that Lee has branched out into the earth of scoring songs above the previous ten years, and she not too long ago advised Metallic Hammer that an ideal task for her would be to delve into scoring a character doc.
“I’ve constantly believed it would be enjoyment to be a portion of creating the score to a good nature documentary, like Planet Earth, a person of all those awesome David Attenborough ones, underwater specially,” she states. “Every time I look at a thing like that I assume, ‘God, it’d be entertaining to function on the rating for that!’”
Lee previously collaborated with cellist Dave Eggar composing music for the 2014 movie War Story, which yielded a soundtrack album titled Aftermath. The pair united all over again in 2015 for work on the small movie Indigo Grey: The Passage.
Lee also recorded a household album, Dream Much too Much, before returning to Evanescence for Synthesis, a selection of reimagined Evanescence songs that bundled orchestral and digital components.
With The Bitter Fact arriving this 12 months, it can be Evanescence’s initially album of first audio because 2011. The album just debuted at No. 11 on the Billboard 200 Album Chart in the U.S.