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While Lee has hinted about all the “bullshit” that went on, Moody has remained mum. In a post to an Evanescence fan site, Moody ended seven years of silence to talk about his relationship with Lee, the in-fighting that led to his exit, and the fans of Evanescence who attack him and his new band, We Are the Fallen.
“For once, I am not going to paint the sugar coated pleasant version of events,” he wrote.
Nor have I been emotionally affected any of the countless times that criticism and malice have been directed at me.
I don't obsess about what people whom I've never met have to say about me.
“She’s so freaking powerful and awesome,” the singer-pianist gushes. You only want me because I’m not there.” I definitely get a lot of girls who are like, “That’s my song.
The New York City resident phoned from home before the video shoot for hair-blowingly grandiose lead single “What You Want” to discuss some personal misconceptions, Hot Topic, and Juggalos. Like, “Oh my God, I’m your biggest fan, I’ve loved Effervescence since I was ? When I’m posing for a photo shoot, I’m not going to be sticking my tongue out with my eyes crossed.
EVANESCENCE co-founder Ben Moody (guitar), who last year formed a soundalike band called WE ARE THE FALLEN with other former EVANESCENCE members (John Le Compt on guitar and Rocky Gray on drums) along with "American Idol" powerhouse vocalist Carly Smithson and bassist Marty O'Brien (DISTURBED, KELLY CLARKSON, STATIC-X, METHODS OF MAYHEM, TOMMY LEE), has released the following statement: "I'm not someone who partakes in online communities, nor do I scour message boards or read reviews of my work and I almost never read comments posted to videos on You Tube.
Curiosity got the better of me and couldn't help but find out what in the world about a music video could merit months and thousands of individual comments of discussion.
"I have never been one to give any credence to the often overly critical and unnecessarily malicious opinions of anonymous masses online.
"We got offered to do Ozzfest Japan in the beginning of the year, so I was like ' Let's say yes to that,'" she begins. Like probably next year.""It feels really good to have a lot of different things going on at once in the sense that I feel like I'm not just flexing one muscle," Lee says.
"The point of it is just to show another side of myself again aside from what people already know about me as the Evanescence girl.
"I have no doubt that many of you will misinterpret this as a prideful attempt at vindication.