Brazilian Symphonic Metal Band ‘Perpetual Legacy’ just released an acoustic cover version of Evanescence’s ‘Going Under’. It was released on September 9, 2003, as the second single from their debut album “Fallen.” Written by Amy Lee, David Hodges and Ben Moody. The video can be seen below.
According to Amy Lee, ‘Going Under’ is about recovering from an abusive relationship, which she has stated in a number of interviews. In an interview with MTV News, Lee further explained the meaning and the inspiration behind the song,
“The lyrics are about coming out of a bad relationship, and when you’re at the end of your rope, when you’re at the point where you realize something has to change, that you can’t go on living in the situation that you’re in. It’s cool. It’s a very strong song.
‘Perpetual Legacy’ debut album “A New Symphony For Him” the album has been released in August of last year through Metal Survivor.
Brazil is a country best know for being a pole of bands from aggressive styles, but fortunately there are several examples of great bands that walk in different ways, bands like Stauros, Maestah, Crossrock and many others.
Perpetual Legacy was founded in 2014 and comprised of: Michelle Braglia (Vocals) Bruno de Souza (Guitar) Matheus Maia (Bass) Rafael Lobo (Piano & Keyboard) Gabriel Pedroso (Drums). They play Symphonic Metal with influences of Heavy, Power metal and elements of Folk and Industrial.
Video below: Perpetual Legacy – Going Under (Acoustic)
Video below: Evanescence – ‘Going Under’