• Home
  • /Posts Tagged ' Cristina '

Archives

Cristina on MetalSucks Podcast

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!

 

Cristina in Revolver Magazine

Revolver-Mar2016Lacuna Coil singer Cristina Scabbia is in the February/March issue of Revolver Manager, as well as on the front cover.  Inside there is a 7 pages spread, with exclusive pics and an interview revealing something information about Lacuna Coil’s upcoming album “Delirium”.

Here’s a little sneak peek:
http://www.revolvermag.com/news/new-issue-preview-revolver-februarymarch-2016.html

You can also order it here:
http://www.revolvermag.com/news/new-issue-preview-revolver-februarymarch-2016.html

 

Cristina on Music for Boobies Album

danko-cristinaCanadian rock band Danko Jones and Lacuna Coil singer Cristina Scabbia have collaborated on the single ‘Wild Woman’, available now on ‘Music For Boobies’ compilation.

You can pre-order Music For Boobies today and instantly get the single. Sales of the release will raise funds and awareness in support of Keep A Breast Foundation’s mission of empowering youth around the world with breast health education.

You can Pre-order now at:
D2C Physical: http://smarturl.it/MFBExclusiveCD
Digital: http://smarturl.it/MFBDigital
Amazon: http://smarturl.it/MFBamazon

More information about Music For Boobies can be found at the official website – www.musicforboobies.com

 

Revolver Interviews Cristina

Lacuna Coil vocalist Cristina Scabbia was interviewed recently by Revolver magazine.  In the interview Cristina talks about the recording of the new album ‘Delirium’ which the band are planning on releasing at the end of May, the introduction of Ryan as drummer, and how the album is going to be heavier with more growl vocals, as well as the Lacuna Coil’s evolution and the evolution of rock and metal music.

You can listen to the full interview at Revolvers Soundcloud or below!