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.
It is not known if Morgan's troubles will effect the group's plans to tour Britain in October (06).
Amy Lee: Broken (june 2004) - CD single This song is recorded by Evanescence singer Amy Lee and south-African band Seether in 2004.
in 2000 performing under the name Saron Gas until 2002. Seether has been classified as post-grunge – a form of hard rock inspired by the 90's Seattle grunge movement. 1 single "Fine Again." During 2002, Seether frontman Shaun Morgan began a relationship with Evanescence singer Amy Lee when their bands played summer festivals together.
record label Wind-up Records they changed their name to Seether – due to their previous name sounding like the lethal nerve agent sarin gas.
It was exciting, rewarding, and more motivating than any other relationship in my life.
"When we made our first recording together, I knew what my life was meant for. Shortly after, we found our missing piece and my lifelong musical soul mate, David Hodges.
The frontman, who is dating Evanescence star Amy Lee, has entered an undisclosed rehabilitation centre in a bid to treat his dependency on unidentified substances, according to
even though the only two people involved in the split of EVANESCENCE did so years ago."The appearance of WE ARE THE FALLEN and the appertaining resurgence of such intense feelings has left me feeling as though I need to set the record straight before this unfounded drama gets out of hand.
Ironically, it's the same passion that drives some of you to feel so strongly that confirms in me it is worth saying anything at all.
1 Mainstream Rock chart hit "Remedy." After the album's touring cycle was completed, lead guitarist Patrick Callahan left the band June 16, 2006 – after touring and recording with Seether since 2002.
Shaun Morgan began a stint in rehab for treatment of "a combination of substances" in August 2007 on the same day his ex-girlfriend Amy Lee's band, Evanescence, released "Call Me When You're Sober" – a song she wrote about Morgan – to rock radio stations. Mainstream Rock Charts and Modern Rock Charts for at least nine weeks.
Morgan has "1308" tattooed on his right fingers and "2007" tattooed on his left fingers to mark the date of Eugene's passing.