"A piano comes out of the ground as if by magic, and Amy Lee settles there for “Far From Heaven” and “Your Star”. The applause is fed. Thank you Luxemburg!!! The piano returns to the ground and the show continues with “End Of The Dream”. The screen shows birds flying away. The titles are linked: "Better Without You", "Call Me When You're Sober", "Imaginary". Amy Lee's voice is impeccable, captivating and overwhelming at the same time, perfectly supported by bassist Emma Anzai who also does the backing vocals. "Use My Voice" is an activist song, politically and socially engaged, offering support for Ukraine. A true declaration of intent, this anthem allows the singer to deliver her message. Don't speak for me, she shouts with the fist in the air."
"Two metal tenors were in the spotlight at the Rockhal on Thursday evening: Evanescence and Within Temptation. Amy Lee appeared high up like a metal goddess on “Broken Pieces Shine.” The sound of Evanescence was powerful, hard like stone (“Made of Stone”), with riffs sometimes supported by electro pads. The Americans were pleasing fans with their hits “Going Under” or “Bring Me To Life”."
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