But not without the help from the many recipients for the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony heralded in Oslo, Norway, on December 11.

Yes, indeed — the alternative rock outfit Evanescence helmed by Amy Lee herself will be rocking the stage in the name of peace, love, and understanding on that fateful day, honoring such recipients as President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia, democracy activist Tawakkul Karman of Yemen, and activist Leymah Gbowee of Liberia.

Talk about bringing me to life! What better way to bring life than to celebrate peace, I always say. Of course, Evanescence won’t be doing this alone as they join other bands, such as Sugarland, and even Matthew Morrison of “Glee” fame.

Note that this monumental ceremony will be shown in more than 130 countries, streaming live via CNN International. Not too shabby, Amy. And to think you would be stuck on the soundtrack of “Daredevil”! Not so. Amy Lee, you definitely have spark, talent, and a flair for the dramatic in alternative rock that no other band can even emulate or imitate.

It’s obvious that next month will be a big month given it’s the new year, so many can expect Evanescence to headline concerts at Clemson, South Carolina, and Little Rock, Arkansas. Just to name a couple.

Also be on the lookout for a new video of their smash hit ‘My Heart is Broken,’ premiering in January to an MTV near you (or VH1, there are no discriminators here when it comes to music channels).

But if video’s not your thing, no worries; here are the tour dates coming up for the phenomenal Evanescence.

Evanescence 2012 Tour Dates

1/13 – Clemson, S.C. | Littlejohn Coliseum
1/14 – Atlanta, Geor. | Tabernacle
1/16 – Tampa, Fla. | Morsani Hall
1/17 – Hollywood, Fla. | Hard Rock Live
1/18 – Orlando, Fla. | House of Blues
1/20 – Biloxi, Miss. | IP Casino
1/21 – Little Rock, Ark. | Verizon Arena