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Evanescence announce 20th anniversary reissue of Fallen.

Evanescence announce 20th anniversary reissue of Fallen.

The expanded version of the band’s major label 2003 debut album includes demos, rarities, live recordings and more. It will be available November 17th. LISTEN to the remastered version of “Bring Me to Life” here.

3.5.2023 History Of Alternative

3.5.2023 History Of Alternative

Weezer, The Cure, Beck and Veruca Salt in this set, album anniversaries for Soundgarden, Nine Inch Nails, 2 U2 albums, Evanescence and Kaiser Chiefs, plus Oasis, Depeche Mode, Siouxsie And The Banshees and Rage Against The Machine.

3.6.2022 History Of Alternative

3.6.2022 History Of Alternative

Album anniversaries aplenty this week for Soundgarden, Nine Inch Nails, 2 U2 albums, Radiohead, Buffalo Tom, Kaiser Chiefs, Husker Du and Evanescence, cool covers from The Lemonheads, Dynamite Hack and Sinead O’Connor, plus Green Day, Social D, The Smiths and “Popular” from Nada Surf.

12.5.2021 History Of Alternative

12.5.2021 History Of Alternative

Pearl Jam, Depeche Mode, Oasis And Social Distortion in this set along with Beck, Bush, Soul Coughing and Suzanne Vega, plus 311, Buck-O-Nine and bands playing The Nights We Stole Christmas this week: Rise Against, Kings Of Leon, Chevelle and Evanescence.

10.10.2021 History Of Alternative

10.10.2021 History Of Alternative

Cake, The Cure, Nine Inch Nails and 311, album anniversaries for Green Day, U2, No Doubt and The Jesus And Mary Chain, plus Bad Religion, Beastie Boys, Echo And The Bunnymen, Soundgarden and “Stacy’s Mom” from Fountains Of Wayne.

5.16.2021 History Of Alternative

5.16.2021 History Of Alternative

Radiohead, Beck, Depeche Mode and Soundgarden in this set along with The Smiths, Cake, Pearl Jam and Paramore plus 311, Joy Division, The Go-Go’s and Ned’s Atomic Dustbin.

3.21.2021 History Of Alternative

3.21.2021 History Of Alternative

The Ramones, Beck, The Strokes and Pearl Jam in this set along with Oasis, O.M.D., STP and Social D, plus The Smiths, Evanescence, The Stone Roses and all 9 minutes of “Jesus Of Suburbia”!