You will prepare and submit a term paper on Critical Analysis of Evanescence Rock Band.

You will prepare and submit a term paper on Critical Analysis of Evanescence Rock Band. Your paper should be a minimum of 1250 words in length. The group started by produced music that was solely aimed at pleasing the fans by messages of fun and hype. However, as times have changed, the group has shifted focus to music that speaks about love and relationships (Moore 73). The main inspiration behind this drastic change was the failed relationships that certain members of the group such as Amy-Lee went through over the first decade of the 21st century. The rock band has had the pleasure of visiting different countries all around the world such as Brazil and France, which has made them appreciate different kinds of cultures, which is important in that it helps them get more content for their music.

Various newspapers and magazines have had a rather great impact on the success of the rock band. High on the list of supportive newspapers is the New York Times. The newspaper is known for having the character of having a section on rock music that exclusively gets produced every two weeks. The New York Times has shown the various strides that the band has made over the years and consequently increasing the fan base of the band.

The Washington Post is another important newspaper that has assisted in the growth of Evanescence. This is from the fact that despite the exclusivity of the magazine to publishing a lot of information concerning finance, the newspaper has published monthly issues showing the expenses of the group and consequently having people understand the running of the band. One of the factors that affect the success of the band is the positive views and the competitor levels that the band faces. The newspaper and magazines have worked hard to show the success of the band from the positive views that they offer. Research has shown that approximately 70% of the reviews given by people concerning the band is positive and thus the success (Evanescence 34).

Personally, the music produced by the band is rather catchy and it is not difficult to understand the reason as to why the band has been successful. One of the contemporary issues that affect modern-day society is relationship matters.