Evanescence Announce “Echoes From The Void” Graphic Anthology Series

Evanescence have teamed up with Incendium and Heavy Metal Entertainment for a new graphic anthology series titled “Echoes From The Void.” The series will be released through the music-focused imprint Opus and pre-orders are available HERE.

Here’s a description of the comic:

“Echoes from the Void is a fantasy Graphic Anthology Series, begins with story themes based on songs from their upcoming March 26th release The Bitter Truth. This comic is available in limited-edition, includes two stories inspired by the songs “Better Without You” and “Wasted On You,” from the forthcoming Evanescence album with tales written by Carrie Lee South and Blake Northcott (Arena Mode saga, DC’s Catwoman). The issue will feature illustrations from Hugo Award-winning artist Abigail Larson and highly-esteemed painter Kelly McKernan.. [Issue 1 of 5]


First Print Edition Features:

– Limited to 3,000 copies
– Individually numbered
– Exclusive bonus content
– Specialty foil treatment
– Cardstock cover
– Glossy pages
– 48 pages”

A series of art prints from “Echoes From The Void” will also be available. The first one, which can be found HERE, was illustrated by Kelly McKernan and it “incorporates iconography and symbolism drawn from across the band’s discography.”

Amy Lee commented:

“I am so excited about this project series. The possibilities are endless. Collaborating across art forms like this is so unique, and it’s been fascinating to see how many different lives a song can have, like alternate realities. I look forward to working on this throughout the year and am so honoured to break open this new world for our music.”

Llexi Leon, CEO of Incendium, added:

“Reflecting Evanescence’s distinctive output, Echoes From The Void is equal parts haunting and whimsical; the pages are filled with beauty, loss, struggle, and triumph. It’s a fantastical journey that debuts a host of original characters and imaginative worlds that have been a joy to realize, and thanks to Amy pushing the envelope with every conversation, we’ve been able to curate a unique body of work that defies expectations of the medium.”

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