Evanescence co-founder and lead singer Amy Lee isn't afraid to give her creative process time to marinate. The popular goth-rock band's self-titled third studio album was released in 2011, five years after their second, and Lee said, after they'd toured the world throughout 2012, that another extended break would follow. It's tough to argue with Lee's career and artistic instincts given the results to date. Evanescence's 2003 debut album reached No. 3 on the Billboard 200 album chart, and helped the group to win the 2004 Grammy Award for Best New Artist. The band's other two albums, powered by Lee's operatic vocals, each hit No. 1. Meanwhile, Evanescence has charted three Top 10 singles in Billboard's Hot 100: "Bring Me to Life" (which won a Grammy for Best Hard Rock Performance), "My Immortal," and "Call Me When You're Sober." The guitar-driven rockers have sold more than 25 million albums worldwide while moving hundreds of thousands of concert tickets around the world. That's nothing to sneeze at for a band that's only got three studio albums under their belt.