Evanescence Announces Its First Concert in Three Years

Amy Lee of Evanescence
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Amy Lee of Evanescence performs at the 2012 Heineken Jammin Festival on July 6, 2012 in Milan, Italy.  

Fans can see hits like "My Immortal" and "Bring Me to Life" again... but for now, only in Japan.

Evanescence is back! The goth-rock band had been on hiatus since 2012, though Amy Lee and company were recently added to the lineup of Ozzfest Japan. The Nov. 21 performance at Tokyo's Makuhari Messe Arena marks their first gig since Nov. 2012. 

Evanescence's last album was 2011's self-titled effort. Since then, the band was released from its deal with Wind-up Records and has remained unsigned. 

Lee's last release was Aftermath, the soundtrack for the 2014 film War Story, which she collaborated with composer Dave Eggar on. In July 2014, she gave birth to a baby boy named Jack Lion with her husband, Josh Hartzler. 

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Korn is headlining the Nov. 21 Ozzfest Japan date. Black Sabbath was first announced as the Nov. 22 headliner, but has since been replaced by a performance from "Ozzy Osbourne and friends." 

Information on tickets and other details are available on Ozzfest Japan's official web site