Posts Tagged ‘Lacuna Coil’

VIDEO: Lacuna Coil – Delirium

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Hot on the heels of the release of ‘Delirium’, the bands brand new studio LP, Italian goth-rock heavyweights Lacuna Coil have unveiled the video for the albums title track.

‘Delirium’ is out now via Century Media Records, and you can watch the video below:

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NEWS: Lacuna Coil announce UK headline tour for November!

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Italian metal outfit Lacuna Coil have announced a huge European tour in support of their latest record ‘Delirium’ which was released on May 27th through Century Media Records.

The run, which will take place throughout October and November 2016, will include seven UK dates shown below:

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ALBUM: Lacuna Coil – Delirium

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Release Date: May 27th 2016
Label: Century Media Records
Website: www.lacunacoil.it
Facebook: www.facebook.com/lacunacoil
Twitter: www.twitter.com/lacuna_coil

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With vocalists Cristina Scabbia and Andrea Ferro the only surviving members of a recent line-up overhaul, the introduction of some fresh blood into their ranks has ushered in a dramatically improved new era for Lacuna Coil:

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VIDEO: Lacuna Coil – The House Of Shame (Lyric)

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Italian hard rockers Lacuna Coil have unveiled the lyric video for their new song ‘The House Of Shame’. The track is the latest cut lifted from ‘Delirium’, the bands new record out May 27th via Century Media Records. Check it out below:

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NEWS: Lacuna Coil split with guitarist, Marco Biazzi!

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Italian symphonic metallers Lacuna Coil have announced that they have split ways with long time six stringer Marco Biazzi. The 42-year old guitarist has stated that after 17 years with Lacuna Coil, he wants to start a new music project:

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LIVE: Download Festival @ Donington Park (Friday – 12/06/2015)

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Date: June 12th, 2015
Venue: Donington Park, Donington
Website: www.downloadfestival.co.uk
Facebook: www.facebook.com/downloadfest
Twitter: www.twitter.com/downloadfest

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Known far and wide for the hallowed grounds on which many of rock’s heroes of the past, present and in time future have walked and played on, Donington’s Download Festival is the UK’s most prestigious rock and metal festival. Back once again, as it is every year, equipped with a line-up that draws in an impressive crowd, we got into the thick of it for the whole weekend for what could arguably be the best weekend in music all year long.

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NEWS: Download Festival confirms 27 more names for 2015, including Yellowcard & 36 Crazyfists!

Legendary rock weekender Download Festival have just confirmed the names of an additional 27 more bands to join its 2015 bill, with the latest announcement including 36 Crazyfists, Yellowcard, Lacuna Coil, Funeral For A Friend and more. You can view all of the new names below:

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NEWS: Lacuna Coil & Motionless In White confirm co-headline November 2014 UK tour!

Italian goth metallers Lacuna Coil and American metalcore unit Motionless In White have confirmed a co-headline tour across the UK this November, with support from Devilment throughout. All dates are listed below:

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VIDEO: Lacuna Coil – I Forgive (But I Won’t Forget Your Name)

Italian symphonic metallers Lacuna Coil have premiered a music video for their new single, ‘I Forgive (But I Won’t Forget Your Name)’. You can stream and check it out via the embed below:

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ALBUM: Lacuna Coil – Broken Crown Halo

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Release Date: March 31st, 2014
Label: Century Media Records
Website: www.lacunacoil.it
Facebook: www.facebook.com/lacunacoil
Twitter: www.twitter.com/lacuna_coil

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Italian goth metal troupe Lacuna Coil are now onto their eighth full-length effort, ‘Broken Crown Halo’, packing their signature dual male/female vocal attack and a more down-tuned and heavier style compared to the band’s earlier material. Having had mild success in the last decade with their fusion of gothic metal and Arabic influences on albums such as ‘Karmacode’, they’ve gone for a more straight-up metal approach for this record, which may not leave all fans fully satisfied.

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