‘Bring Me To Life’ By Evanescence Just Reached Number One On Itunes In The US Out of Nowhere
Two decades after its first release!
By Joseph D. Brown | The Mind Unleashed
Strangely, nearly two decades after its first release, the song “Bring Me to Life” by Evanescence has made it all the way to the top of the charts on iTunes in the United States, Ladbible reports.
Even while we are aware that the track is a winner, we were not anticipating that it will surface in such a form in the future.
The song titled “Bring Me to Life” has risen to the top of the charts, overtaking previously popular songs such as “Super Freaky Girl” by Nicki Minaj and “As It Was” by Harry Styles.
19 years and still going strong! Bring Me To Life is #1 on iTunes 💥🤘
Thank you for the love! pic.twitter.com/kZLXzIrtB8
— Evanescence (@evanescence) August 23, 2022
Evanescence went to their various social media platforms in order to express their gratitude to their devoted followers: “19 years and still going strong! Bring Me To Life is #1 on iTunes. Thank you for the love!”
However, that is not the end of the song’s resurrection as it has also ascended to number five on Billboard’s Top 100. On the other hand, we have a hunch that this may be connected in some way to the band’s co-headlining tour with Korn, which has been getting a lot of positive feedback recently.
Fans recently went fawned over the two teaming together for a new US tour, with photographs and videos circulating the internet capturing a little bit of early 2000s reminiscence.
Seriously, check it out below!
One person wrote on Twitter: “THE BEST DUO EVER they are pure magic together.” Another said: “Ears a ringing, first concert attended in like three years now. Korn and Evanescence put on a hell of a show.”
“WENT TO A KORN AND EVANESCENCE CONCERT AND THEY SUNG FREAK ON A LEASH TOGETHER AS AN ENCORE THIS WAS SO HYPE,” another added.
The band reached the pinnacle of their fame in 2003 with the release of the song ‘Bring Me To Life,’ which was included on their album ‘Fallen,’ which went on to sell more than 17 million copies and win two Grammy Awards.