EVANESCENCE's AMY LEE Joins UGLY KID JOE On Stage At Belgium's GRASPOP METAL MEETING (Video)
June 18, 2017
EVANESCENCE singer Amy Lee joined UGLY KID JOE on stage earlier today (Sunday, June 18) at the Graspop Metal Meeting in Dessel, Belgium to perform a cover version of Harry Chapin's 1974 folk rock song "Cat's In the Cradle". Professionally filmed video footage of her appearance can be seen below.
EVANESCENCE is working on an album called "Synthesis", which will reimagine some of the band's past catalog with full orchestration and electronic backing.
In support of "Synthesis", EVANESCENCE will embark on a special tour this fall which will see the band performing with a "full orchestra."
EVANESCENCE debuted a previously unheard song called "Take Cover" during its North American tour last fall.
Lee also released a solo single called "Love Exists" in February, while a second solo song, "Speak To Me", appears on the soundtrack for the supernatural thriller "Voice From The Stone", which came out on April 28.
UGLY KID JOE's latest full-length album, "Uglier Than They Used Ta Be", was released in North America in October 2015 via Metalville/UKJ Records.
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