Before reading, play this to appreciate the full emotional weight of this news:
Although you might have to fight over tickets for the extremely limited tour, lead singer Amy Childs has confirmed to Rolling Stone magazine that they will be rejoining to make something of a comeback. She said: "We got offered to do Ozzfest Japan in the beginning of the year, so I was like 'Let's say yes to that. I just added the three U.S. dates on to it so we could get a little practice before doing a big gig where everything is out of your control.
"It will be good to see the fans again. I'm going to be keeping my eye open to us for more opportunities. Like probably next year."
After the group disbanded following a dispute over royalties with their former record label, Amy has been busy composing film scores and generally trying to forget about The Open Door album. However, she is looking forward to reliving the glory years of gothic rock and Linkin Park collabs.
She said: "It's such a wonderful gift to have this bag of songs that people know. It makes me very happy to sing 'Bring Me to Life.' I don't feel so disconnected that I can't sing 'My Immortal,' that's just not completely who I am anymore. Yes, I have grown since then."
"I wouldn't write that song today, but it's become a beautiful part of my history and my fans."
Don't worry Evanescence. You still have...all of us.
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