Monthly Archives: November 2007

Updated Information on the Rock TV Party Show

Lacuna Coil’s Andrea Ferro has provided updated information on the Rock TV Birthday party show to take place on the 1st December at the “Rolling Stone” in Milan (Corso 22 Marzo). The show will start at 10.30pm with doors at 9.30. The ticket price will be 15 euros.
Andrea adds that the show will most likely be the last show promoting the album Karmacode.

You can read the update at Andrea’s myspace blog and find out more info at the Rolling Stone Website.

 

Interview with Andi and Cristina at Pyromusic.net

Australian news site, Pyromusic.net, have interviewed Lacuna Coil vocalists Andrea Ferro and Cristina Scabbia. In the interview Andi and Cristina talk about touring in Australia, the success of their last album ‘Karmacode’, and what the bands plans are for the next album.

You can read the full interview at Pyromusic.net here.

Thanks to Spiritech for the information.

 

Lacuna Coil in Metal Hammer Magazine

Lacuna Coil appear in the ‘Top 100 – Bands to watch in 2008′ section of the December issue of UK magazine Metal Hammer.
The magazine writes:
Cristina Scabbia and co finish off 2007 on the Gigantour with Megadeth and Devildriver. They will then begin writing the long-awaited follow up to 2006’s ‘Karmacode’, due ot be completed in the latter half of 2008. Summer festival appearances are a possibility, but no other dates are planned until the albums released

Additionally Metal Hammer comes with the 2008 spiral-bound ‘Women of Metal’ calendar, which includes Lacuna Coil’s Cristina Scabbia on no less than two of the months.

Metal Hammer #173 is on sale now.

 

Two New Shows in Milan

In a post in his blog, Lacuna Coil’s vocalist Andrea Ferro as confirmed that the band will be at two shows in Milan.
The first, on the 29th November, will be a guest appearance at “Club De Sade” for the “Guitar Hero 3 Launch Party”.
The second will be held at the “Rolling Stone” on December 1st, to celebrate Rock TVs official birthday, with support from “Rezophonic”.

You can read Andrea’s blog post here…