“Bring Me To Life” band Evanescence is back on tour! The metal-loving gang will embark on a 16-date tour beginning in October and play till the end of November in various cities across United States.

Evanescence announced that they would be hitting the road on their official site. Their journey begins on Oct. 28 in Dallas, Texas and ends on Nov. 23 in Huntington, New York. This is the first time the metal band will tour the country since 2012.

“Just when you thought I was off the hard stuff! It’s going to feel amazing to step back onstage with the band this fall,” Evanescence front man Amy Lee told Rolling Stone. “We had such a tight gel solidifying onstage the last few shows, and were enjoying it so much, we were all lamenting that it was so short and have been on the lookout for more opportunities to play live.”

Amy Lee and Co. changed their guitarist Terry Balsamo with Equilibrium guitarist Jen Majura. The tour will help the band develop their chemistry with the new guitarist. However, Evanescence has already performed a couple of shows since November 2015 with Majura.

Tickets for the upcoming Evanescence tour go on sale on Friday, Aug. 26, with a fan-club and VIP presale scheduled to begin today, Aug. 23. Presale for Citi card members, Spotify and TM mobile app begin on Wednesday, Aug. 24. On Thursday, Aug. 25, Ticketmaster, LiveNation, and LN mobile app will begin their presales, according to Zumic. Get more information on their website here.

See the complete tour dates below:

Oct. 28: Dallas, Texas; South Side Ballroom

Oct. 30: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Diamond Ballroom

Nov. 1: Austin, Texas; ACL Live at the Moody Theater

Nov. 3: San Antonio, Texas; Majestic Theatre

Nov. 5: Houston, Texas; Revention Music Center

Nov. 6: New Orleans, Louisiana; Saenger Theatre

Nov. 9: Mobile, Alabama; Saenger Theatre

Nov. 10: Saint Augustine, Florida; St Augustine Amphitheater

Nov. 12: Orlando, Florida; Central Florida Fairgrounds

Nov. 13: Miami Beach, Florida; The Fillmore at Jackie Gleason

Nov. 15: Charlotte, North Carolina; The Fillmore Charlotte

Nov. 16: Greenville, South Carolina; Peace Concert Hall

Nov. 18: Silver Spring, Maryland; The Fillmore

Nov. 19: Atlantic City, New Jersey; Harrah’s Atlantic City

Nov. 22: Montclair, New Jersey; The Wellmont Theatre

Nov. 23: Huntington, New York; The Paramount