Lacuna Coil have released the video for Delirium! Check it out below.
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Lacuna Coil are featured in the August edition of UK magazine Metal Hammer.
In the three page article entitled ‘Piece of Mind’, Metal Hammer talks to Andrea and Cristina about the inspiration for the album Delirium. The two Lacuna Coil vocalists discuss the manner in which they researched and treated the matter of mental health on the album, and personal impact it has had on them.
You can read the full article in issue 285 of Metal Hammer, on sale now.
One very limited, version of Delirium available from Friday 27th May is the retro cassette edition. We’re running a Cassette ‘Selfie’ competition through our Twitter and Facebook pages from Friday to give you a chance to win a signed casette sticker.
All you need to do is post, either on our Facebook page or on Twitter (and tag us @emptyspiralnet) a photo of yourself with any Lacuna Coil merch and we will enter you into a draw to win a special sticker – signed by Andrea and Cristina to attach to your cassette to make it even more exclusive! That’s all there is to it! Post a photo on our page or on Twitter and you may win.
The competition runs from Friday 27th May to Sunday 5th June after which point the 10 winners will be randomly selected and contacted. Remember, you don’t have to purchase anything to enter! We just want to see happy coilers!
“This very cold, grey, whitish asylum that holds the spirits of all the previous inmates in it. They are sharing their stories and feelings with us, leading to an album that is heavy and disturbing.”
Andrea and Cristina join Teamrock to provide a track by track guide to their new album Delirium.
Lacuna Coil vocalist Cristina Scabbia is featured on episode #148 of the MetalSuck podcast. In the Podcast Cristina talks about health, touring, mental illness, and more.
You can check out a preview of the podcast below, and you can listen to, or download the podcast at the MetalSucks website here.
Be sure to check out the MetalSucks review of Delirium as well!