Evanescence is what you could say when you want to combine hardcore rock with a great soft lovely voice.
They are an American rock band, founded in 1995 in Arkansas, the U.S.
The band was formed by Amy Lee, who was the singer and pianist of the band, and Ben Moody.
They started being active in 1995 and they are still present in the music industry. They recorded independent albums and also full-length albums like Fallen, for example.
Their most famous songs are Bring Me to Life and My Immortal, from the album Fallen.
Evanescence won more than 10 awards and they were nominated to over 25. The band sings mainly rock and metal, but they are also identified as a gothic band.
Bring Me to Life is one of their most successful songs, released in August 2003, for their album named Fallen.
The song is considered hard rock, gothic metal, alternative metal genre and has a length of 3:56 minutes in the album version.
The free Bring Me to Life piano sheets was written by Amy Lee. Ben Moody and David Hodges and was produced by Dave Fortman.
The story behind the lines of Bring Me to Life has several meanings and motifs.
The themes are open-mindedness, waking up to reality, and things that matter.
The story of the song was also inspired by Amy Lee's husband and friend.
The story was also interpreted as a call for a new life in Jesus Christ.
Once released, the free Bring Me to Life piano sheet music was praised by the critics and loved by the fans, the song becoming one of Evanescence’s signature songs.
It had incredible success in media, being used in commercials, TV shows, and for movie soundtracks, for example, Daredevil.
It was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and twice platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA).
The instrumental composition of the song is varied and complex, through elements like keyboard, vocals, guitar, percussion, drums, orchestra, and bass guitar.
The piano version of the song is amazing, so we provided all the free materials you need for you to try playing it at your piano at home