Attendees of Korn and Evanescence's ongoing joint summer tour have been consistently treated to a duet between Jonathan Davis and Amy Lee on the Bakersfield band's "Freak on a Leash." But fans at the trek's September 13th stop in Spokane, Washington, got an extra special live collab, when Evanescence welcomed P.O.D. frontman Sonny Sandoval onstage to join them on their smash 2003 hit "Bring Me to Life". Watch above and below.
Sandoval, of course, took on the rapped vocal parts, which were delivered by 12 Stones' Paul McCoy (in an uncredited appearance), on the original recording of the song. Last month, "Bring Me to Life" experienced a massive resurgence nearly 20 after its release, landing at No. 1 on the U.S. iTunes chart. This past February, the song's music video surpassed one billion views on YouTube.
Thank you @evanescence for having me up last night! #payableondeath #evanescence pic.twitter.com/eWrE1WVkQL— P.O.D. (@POD) September 14, 2022