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It's interesting timing given that Marvel's Daredevil just hit Netflix again yesterday in the first season of The Defenders... and on the same day, EVANESCENCE releases a new version of the song they contributed to the soundtrack of 2003's Daredevil feature film (the Ben Affleck one). Coincidence, I'm sure, but "Bring Me To Life" is the song most identifiable with the band, and for their fourth studio album, SYNTHESIS, the band is reworking their classics into orchestral versions, in addition to recording a pair of all-new tracks. Amy Lee has been covered here more recently for her foray into the world of Children's/Kindie music, but now comes time to fire up the band again...

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Back in September, Evanescence frontwoman Amy Lee released her first album of family music, Dream Too Much. Along with the release came an animated video for the title track, now comes Dream Too Much: The Movie, a 27-minute longform video featuring the entire album in animated form. Available exclusively through Amazon, the new movie comes alongside the release of Amy's new single-track clip, "The End of the Book." See that one below...

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On September 30, Amazon will release the latest in their growing library of original children's and family music exclusively streaming on Prime Music, with DREAM TOO MUCH, the debut kindie album from AMY LEE, the GRAMMY award-winning co-founder and lead vocalist of the rock band, Evanescence. This week brings the release of the animated video for the title track, which can be seen below, right here on THE ROCK FATHER Magazine...

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Judging from the hit-count on my blog posting yesterday that featured a 22-second snippet of a new SOUNDGARDEN song slated for inclusion on THE AVENGERS Soundtrack, I'd say interest in both the film and the band are pretty high. Well, earlier today, Disney sent over the full tracklisting for AVENGERS ASSEMBLE: Music From and Inspired by The Motion Picture. Additionally, The Rock Father has learned that the aforementioned SOUNGARDEN cut Live to Rise will be featured over the end credits of the film.  Check out the full tracklisting and all the artists below.