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Lead singer Amy Lee recalled that she wrote the song about her future husband Josh Hartzler when they first met."We were not dating or anything, and we didn't actually begin to date until years later." She stated in the interview to The Boston Phoenix, "I was in a relationship and I was completely unhappy. I was being completely abused and I was trying to cover it up; I wouldn't even admit it to myself." I didn't know Josh very well - he was kind of a friend of a friend.John Le Compt used several ESP guitars for live performances, most notably LTD Viper-301, which also appears in the official video.Francesco Di Cosmo played bass guitar during the recording of the album as the session musician.After the album release, Will Boyd started touring with the band as bass guitarist.Ben Moody stated that he used Marshall and Mesa/Boogie heads with an old Mesa/Boogie cabinet, "It was an old cabinet that was tried-and-true on rock records. I know it was used on Papa Roach and, I think, Staind.The heads were just the JCM 800, which was all souped up and modified, and a Mesa/Boogie Dual Rectifier Trem-o-Verb." For the first time in his career, producer Dave Fortman recorded guitars through two amps.He admitted, "I doubted it forever and then I decided during the Evanescence recording that I would actually A-B it and see if there was really that much of a difference." Marshall amps were recorded for both left and right sides but were EQ'ed heavier than usual. The differences tonally and with the different frequencies in the two different amps really do create a larger stereo feel.
The song was also nominated for Best Rock Song but lost to "Seven Nation Army" by The White Stripes.
The band's lead guitarist Ben Moody described his own vision of the song's subject, "'Bring Me To Life' is about discovering something or someone that awakens a feeling inside them that they've never had before.
You discover there is a world that is bigger than just your safe bubble." It was presented to me as, "You're a girl singing in a rock band, there's nothing else like that out there, nobody's going to listen to you.
version of breakthrough single "Bring Me to Life." Instead of the usual heavy production, strings and warped synths back Lee revisiting that dark place in "Bring Me to Life." While Amy still sounds as incredible as ever, there's a noticeable void from Paul Mc Coy who apparently wasn't invited back.
Amy holds her own among the haunting soundscape that mixes orchestral with electronica.
Her bandmates are playing in a distant room, Amy tries to join them and occasionally falls. She admitted in 2016, that this is her favorite video, "We shot for 17 hours 2 days in a row, my knees were bruised and bleeding from hanging off that balcony, and our flight home was a nightmare and I slept on an airport floor, but it was amazing." Lead guitarist Ben Moody left the band while they were touring to promote the album in 2003.