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New records from Slipknot, Tool and Korn have refueled the fires for these metal heavyweights, and Black Anima allows Lacuna Coil to stand proudly along side them. The lyrics touch on the personal side of the members of the band,” says Ferro.

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LACUNA COILSince their preparation for the forthcoming album has been revealed, every subtle act of the Italian Gothic metal band Lacuna Coil has been keenly watched. The gothic metal band is scheduled to perform on July 19th at Rock USA in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, and play a sold-out, two-night stand at the Gramercy Theater in New York City on July 22nd and 23rd. On July 25th, Scabbia and co-vocalist Andrea Ferro will appear at a meet-and-greet signing at Looney Tunes record store in Long Island, New York.

Delirium essentially undid the changes that Comalies and Karmacode made. Andrea’s Harsh Vocals are very prominent on the record and the lyrical content is much darker, revolving around patients in a mental asylum.

But there were darker things in front of LACUNA COIL, whether they realized it or not. The terrible aspects of everyday life came into view. Geopolitics were gruesome—bombings in Russia, tsunamis in Japan, and the global economy in continual slump—and things positive from the decade before had become a distant memory. LACUNA COIL were brooding and the music reflected their inky mood. To wit, Dark Adrenaline wasn’t a direct return to the Comalies era, but it wasn’t as bright as the albums before it. The album’s first single, Trip the Darkness”, captured the zeitgeist perfectly. It fretted as much as it grooved. Follow-up singles Fire” and End of Time” propelled LACUNA COIL’s sixth studio album to the group’s best chart positions ever, reaching 15 on the Billboard 200, 34 in Finland, 36 in Germany, and 18 in Italy. While most bands had hit their glass ceilings, LACUNA COIL had already busted through theirs and were on to the next milestone.

Ms. Fanservice : The Comalies-era videos, filmed while the band was trying to break through, saw Cristina use Three Minutes of Writhing as well as wearing clothes that showed off her legs. This was averted once Karmacode was released and Cristina went to more conventional attire. The Costume Porn -heavy “End of Time” video almost counts if it wasn’t for the close-up shots of Black Blood dripping from her’s and Andrea’s noses and hands towards the end of the video.

To share and give back to their fans, Lacuna Coil mixed several popular tracks from Comalies and In A Reverie and reissued those two classic albums. Pre-order for the re-issues of Comailes and In A Reverie are available now, while the official releases out on August 30.

Due to the sudden resignation of the band’s previous guitar player, Coti-Zelati recorded the majority of guitar work for the tracks. Myles Kennedy of Alter Bridge and Mark Vollelunga of Nothing More as well as Diego Cavallotti and Marco Barusso played the guitar solos on various tracks.


Italian alt metal superstars Lacuna Coil are shifting the paradigm yet again with new album, Black Anima. Just as Comalies (2002), Shallow Life (2009), and chart-smashing Delirium (2016) upped the ante and rocketed the Milan-based outfit into the upper echelons of metaldom, Black Anima is a level beyond all that. It’s both a hard look at the past and a brave sprint into the future. Two years in the making, Lacuna Coil’s ninth album arrives after the group published their first book, Nothing Stands in Our Way, in 2018 and celebrated in auspicious fashion their 20th Anniversary with an ultra-exclusive, all-out insane live show in London, dubbed The 119 Show: Live in London. Lacuna Coil have never shied away from hard work. Nor, have they restrained their creative impulses to push things—new songs Anima Nera,” Reckless,” Veneficium,” and Sword of Anger” are mind-blowers!—to the absolute limit.

Before the end comes For kidding me For what I’ve done till the end of days ‘Cause I belong to you ‘Cause I am part of you I am dying in your arms It’s time to go I can make it through I’ve come to realize Tonight my dear the end of time Is not so far away We cannot pray to save our lives I can feel you and I think that everything you wanted. Lacuna Coil “Layers Of Time”: Lacuna Coil Lyrics “Layers Of Time” Layers of time Layers of time I live the life I left behind A story born of scars and strifes My heart is blind and frozen I’m among snakes, I’m well disguised The End Is All I Can See Save Me Black Anima Black Feathers Bonus Track. Lacuna Coil is an Italian gothic metal band from Milan. Since their formation in 1994, the group has had two name changes, being previously known as Sleep of Right and Ethereal. LT → English, Italian → Lacuna Coil (106 songs translated 129 times to 21 languages).

Formed in 1994, Lacuna Coil quickly became one of Century Media’s biggest selling bands. From Comalies (2002) and Karmacode (2004) to Shallow Life (2009) and Broken Crown Halo (2014), the high-flying Italian act demonstrated an uncanny ability to pull in rock, gothic, and metal audiences.

2014 saw the band release Broken Crown Halo which would become the last album to feature the two Cristianos, who both retired from the band for personal reasons just prior to its release, as well as Marco Biazzi who retired at the beginning of 2016. Ryan Blake Folden and Diego Cavallotti joined the band on drums and guitars respectively in time for the release of Delirium in May 2016.

There was a slight diversity between Lacuna Coil Fans and All That Remains fans but that didn’t stop either or from enjoying the music. Unfortunately I missed the openers but I got to see the main acts.

The operatic intro of Veneficium” paves the way for another hard-hitting track. It still uses the sing-scream dynamic, but Ferro finds unique ways to implement his range and chops without taking over the vibe. The album’s last moments throw a bit of a curveball with the electro-rock of The End Is All I Can See” before ending the album with the mighty Save Me.” The closer aligns with the classic Lacuna Coil sound, complete with Scabbia’s orchestral spoken-word bridge.

The temptation to liven up their presentation, then, must have been impossible to resist, but lengthy passages of interpretive dance, and rope-dancers in Ann Summers angel and devil costumes dangling from the ceiling overshadow the music. Which is, in its own way, impressive, given how much of Lacuna Coil’s catalogue is so gloriously overblown. This band long ago liberated themselves from the stultifying tyrannies of subtlety and taste, juggling metallic riffage and the agonised passion of power balladry so cannily that their songs often suggest a gang of chainsaw-wielding saboteurs bursting into the studio while Céline Dion cuts her latest tearjerker.

Official, verified and ONLY Facebook page of the band Lacuna coil. Other albums like Comalies play with this by having a few groups of songs directly connect to form single storylines. The first of five songs on this Top 20 to be selected from 2002 opus Comalies. A music box-type intro evokes a sense of mystery and ambience before that riff-fuelled cacophony kicks in.

With increased tempo shifts, the riffs stay just as heavy on Reckless.” The churning, half-time thrasher puts more emphasis on Scabbia, as she layers her low and high registers during the chorus to an immediately unique effect. Her impressive boundary-pushing chops reinstate her as one of the most underrated rock vocalists. Conversely, Layers of Time” mostly centers on Ferro, displaying his harsher vocal fireworks as Scabbia’s dramatic singing hangs in the background.

Comalies was 17 years ago at this point, and it’d be folly not to expect a band to evolve. It’s also not entirely fair to judge a band based on what you want them to be versus what they are. Still, the endlessly frustrating thing about Lacuna Coil is that they don’t play to their own biggest strengths, like the beautiful melodies and Cristina Scabbia’s effervescent voice. Black Anima contains hooks and dynamic interplay and some really pretty guitar parts, but all that gets buried under crunching nu-metal riffs that were already old when Karmacode came out. It’s well-executed for what it is, which is a Slipknot album. Unfortunately, Slipknot already put out a better Slipknot album this year.

Veneficium and The End Is All I Can See have that vintage Lacuna Coil sound reminiscent of tracks from 2002’s Comalies. Apocalypse is similar is structure, but more darker with a Gothic edge and one of the best choruses on the record.

Black Anima is all of us. It’s you and it’s me. It’s everything we hide and fiercely expose to a world that’s halfway asleep. It is the fogged mirror we are peering into searching for the truth. It’s sacrifice and pain, its justice and fear, its fury and revenge, it’s past and future. Human beings in the magnificence of a disturbing ambiguity. The black core that balances it all… as without darkness light would never exist. We proudly present to you our new work and can’t wait to welcome you in our embrace. We are the Anima.

Ltd. 2CD Book Edition incl. tarot cards, Standard CD Jewelcase, black LP + CD and digital album (+Bonus Tracks). Capital Chaos TV recently spoke with Lacuna Coil vocalist Cristina Scabbia to discuss the band’s new album, Black Anima. Check it out below.


The two feature music videos directed by SaKu, a longtime collaborator of the band, who helped make their 2012 film Dark Passengers. The videos follow a linear story and stay true to the band’s image by taking the approach of a horror film.

It may give you a headache to discover that 17 years have passed since LACUNA COIL released their breakthrough album, “Comalies”. Aside from the enduring novelty of an Italian metal band enjoying any kind of meaningful global success in the first place (noted with sincere apologies to Italy and its many great metal bands, of course), the band’s mastery of a certain strain of highly melodic but intermittently brutal gothic metal on that record enabled them to streak ahead of their peers, turning co-vocalist Cristina Scabbia into a contemporary metal icon in the process.

Overall, there is a discernible dip into darker, heavier territory here, and it’s a move that suits the band perfectly at this mid-to-late stage in the game. The problem is that “Black Anima” would have been far more impressive if its creators had taken just a few more risks. Many of these songs are all too easily filed under “as expected”: the tempos, the melodies, the almost blinding levels of sonic gloss, the omnipresent suggestion of something darker and more intense that never really materializes, the aforementioned “Veneficium” aside. In truth, LACUNA COIL are almost impossible to dislike and “Black Anima” is a solid, spirited effort, albeit one with frequent flashes of the more intense and idiosyncratic album they could have made. Maybe they’ll get weird next time.

I have heard this band on the radio, liked their sound, and thought they would be fun to see live. I don’t know any of the songs names or lyrics (except Heaven is a Lie). I had a great time. I liked their whole set list. The variety of musical sounds was impressive: driving metal to eerie ballads. This venue was particularly intimate; I was in the back of the GA floor, and could see the whites of their eyes. They built a vibe of community at the venue. I would see them again.

A few years ago, a Dutch filmmaker compiled a cinematic essay, “Diva Dolorosa,” using clips from such fervid Italian silent melodramas as “Rapsodia Satanica.” Had she been born a century earlier, raven-haired beauty Cristina Scabbia might have starred in such movies. Instead, she’s one of the two lead singers in Lacuna Coil, a goth-metal band that sounds like Milan’s answer to Evanescence (although the Italian band, which began in 1996, actually preceded the American one).

As impressive as their last album Delirium” was, Black Anima” take things further into a wide variety of atmospheric, riff driven grooves and dark ambient sounds that sees the veteran act go into electro tinged goth rock, stepping into heavier aspects when needed. The opening track Anima Nera” merely serves as the gateway into the rest of the album and from there, the band smash their way through 10 more songs that carry the trademark of the band’s current mantra.

Absolutely the best concert I’ve ever been to, it was my first ever Lacuna Coil show. I feel so lucky that they came to America, I absolutely can’t wait for another chance to see them again and possibly meet them. They’re in my top 5 favorite bands of all time.

Lacuna Coil promoting the album at the Rock Harz festival in 2017. Hinds, Andy. “Comalies – Lacuna Coil” AllMusic. Retrieved 19 November 2018. Male Band, Female Singer : Lacuna Coil was a male group only until the inclusion of Cristina Scabbia in 1996.

If you were one of the fans lucky enough to blag a ticket, Hammer hopes you have an amazing time. If not, there is no need for despair. The Italians will be revisiting our fair shores as part of their UK and European tour with Eluveitie throughout November and December.

I had such a great time at this concert! The bands were amazing and so interested in the fans. After they’re sets the opening bands went back to their merch tables and spent time w everyone who came up. I’d never really heard of the opening bands but I’m a fan now. The best part of the evening was when Lacuna Coil pulled someone from the crowd to do the part of Andy who was unable to be there bc of an injury. The chick the lead singer picked was awesome on stage. I got to meet her as well and she was in utter shock she got to do that. The night was so amazing. The bands kept coming on stage during each other’s sets and playing around or singing along. I had so much fun.

What followed was only natural. LACUNA COIL’s self-titled debut EP hit softly. The group’s penchant for melancholic melodies and trade-off vocals—Scabbia shares vocal lines with long-time co-vocalist Andrea Ferro—felt right at home, however. They would expand on songs like ‘No Need to Explain’ and ‘This Is My Dream’ with debut full-length, In a Reverie. LACUNA COIL again enlisted producer Waldemar Sorychta and Woodhouse Studios to realize their second milestone, a relationship that would extend nearly a decade. The songwriting dramatically improved with the revamped lineup and, as a result, songs like My Wings”, ”Circle”, and ”Honeymoon Suite” were regarded, by fans and the press, as a brilliant mix of Paradise Lost and The Gathering. LACUNA COIL had officially put Italy on the metal map. The many tours around Europe—including appearances at premier festivals like Dynamo and Gods of Metal—also solidified the Italians as a genuine live act.

Word Salad Lyrics : A lot of songs before Shallow Life seem like this, but often have deeper meanings. “1.19” might be the standout example in the band’s catalog, though — all the band revealed is the title refers to a distance between two places, and that might be the most we’ll ever get.

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The band will once again embark on a world tour in support of the new album. Having already played on Ozzfest, Gigantour and all of the major European festivals, Lacuna Coil are a well-oiled machine on the road that deliver the goods nightly. Fans are in store for a real treat when the catch the band this time around, as 15 years into their career the band shows no signs of slowing down and they are primed and pumped to take their Dark Adrenaline to crowds the world over.


Soprano and Gravel : Played with. The first three albums had Ferro utilizing both clean and harsh vocals along with Scabbia’s singing. The harsh vocals were dropped in Karmacode but brought back in Broken Crown Halo.

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