EVANESCENCE's 'Fallen' Certified Quintuple-Platinum
EVANESCENCE's major label debut album, "Fallen", has been certified quintuple-platinum by the Recording Industry Association Of America (RIAA) for sales of five million copies. Worldwide sales of "Fallen" have surpassed the 11 million mark, with more than 400,000 of those copies having been sold in Japan, according to Sony, which handles the album's international distribution.
EVANESCENCE wrapped 14 dates in North America in February, playing 5,000- to 7,000-seat venues, according to Billboard. When the band return to North America for a tour that runs July 7 through Aug. 15, they will be solidly at the arena/amphitheater level.
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