Italian melodic metal group Lacuna Coil have released an official video for “In The End”, which comes off their album Dark Adrenaline. Directed by Roberto Cinardi, who worked with the band previously on the “Spellbound” and “I Won’t Tell You” videos, the video shows singers Cristina Scabbia and Andrea Ferro in various classically-inspired outfits. It’s a slow video, one that is more hypnotic than exciting, which works well for the music. Also, anyone who designs costumes or does set design for theater will probably love this video. Check it out below. READ MORE
Italian melodic hard rockers Lacuna Coil have announced an early 2013 US tour alongside Sevendust. The band will be touring in support of their most recent album Dark Adrenaline, which came out Jan. 23rd of this year. You can see the tour schedule below.
I’ve seen Lacuna Coil three times: once at Harpos in Detroit, once at the Agora Ballroom in Cleveland (along with Tapping The Vein and Daylight Dies!), and lastly at an acoustic show in downtown Ann Arbor at Borders store #1. Basically, I haven’t seen them since 2005, so it’d be interesting to check them out after all these years to see what their show is like now. READ MORE
Italian female-fronted rock group Lacuna Coil have finalized a release date for Dark Adrenaline, their newest album. The album will be coming out Jan. 24th, 2012 and the first single, Trip The Darkness, will be coming out Oct. 10th. The album is produced by Don Gilmore, who has worked with Linkin Park, Good Charlotte, and Bullet For My Valentine.
Although Italian female-fronted rockers Lacuna Coil have moved back the release of their upcoming album Dark Adrenaline to an undetermined 2012 release date, they still want fans to hear some new material. If you’re one of these die-hard “Coil-ers” [Ed. Note: I'm taking credit for that], the mark Oct. 17th (Europe)/Oct. 18th (US) on your calendar. On those dates, the band will be releasing their first single, Trip The Darkness. The band will also be hitting the road with a slew of Italian headline dates as well as a few stops elsewhere in Europe. Tour dates are after the jump.
Italian melodic metal band Lacuna Coil has been keeping kind of quiet for the past few months, emerging only to release the name of their upcoming album, Dark Adrenaline, which is slated for an early 2012 release. I’ll be perfectly honest, Comalies was the last album of theirs that I really enjoyed, so I’m hoping that the new album is a return to that form OR something totally unexpected and badass.