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Evanescence Checks Out Global Scene

12:12 PM Thursday 10/16/03 | |

Evanescence have locked down their most ambitious tour yet. The band, who have been touring tirelessly since the first of the year, are stopping short of world domination for their current schedule.

After tackling Europe through November 10, the band heads over to Mexico and on up to North America for a few shows around the middle of the month. Then, it's off to New Zealand and Australia starting the beginning of the year. They wrap with eight shows in Japan.

Finger Eleven, who are on the European leg, will hang around for the U.S. dates as well, which also find Seether and Godhead joining in.

Evanescence have been packing them in since the start of the year. A good chunk of the schedule has been spent in the States, but they've been quick to hit up Europe for a small spate of shows.

They initially had a short tour scheduled for Europe at the beginning of summer but were forced to pull out when lead guitarist Ben Moody fell ill.

Recently, Evanescence was nominated for three MTV Europe Awards, which take place November 6. The band has also been nominated for an American Music Award in the favorite album category. The AMAs will air on the 16th.

It's no surprise they're getting award noms. Evanescence have had one of the hottest-selling albums of the year.

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