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Emptyspiral Podcast / Episode 84 / Trip The Darkness

After a week off, we’re back with episode 84 of the Empyspiral Podcast! This week we discuss and review the four videos from the Shallow Life era and then start our reviews of the songs from Dark Adrenaline with Trip The Darkness!

You can listen to podcast on iTunes and Stitcher or, alternatively, you can download or listen to the podcast episode right here:

Show Notes:

  • Read about the special Halloween T-Shirt here.
  • Check out all Lacuna Coils videos in our Media section.

 

Emptyspiral Podcast / Episode 80 / Shallow Life

Shallow Life CoverEpisode 80 of the Emptyspiral Podcast is out now! In it we pit ‘Losing My Religion’ and ‘Enjoy The Silence’ against each other in a musical Death Match, and then review the song ‘Shallow Life’.

You can listen to podcast on iTunes and Stitcher or, alternatively, you can download or listen to the podcast episode right here:

 

Shallow Life 2CD Deluxe Edition Released in January

Century Media are to release a deluxe 2CD edition of Lacuna Coils 2009 album ‘Shallow Life’. As well as the original music from the album, the deluxe edition includes previously unreleased tracks and acoustic arrangements on a separate CD.

CD 1 Tracklist:
1. Survive
2. I Won’t Tell You
3. Not Enough
4. I’m Not Afraid
5. I Like It
6. Underdog
7. The Pain
8. Spellbound
9. Wide Awake
10. The Maze
11. Unchained
12. Shallow Life

CD 2 Tracklist:
1.The Last Goodbye
2. Leaving Alone
3. Oblivion
4. Spellbound (acoustic)
5. I Won’t Tell You (acoustic)
6. Survive (live)
7. I’m Not Afraid (live)
8. I Won’t Tell You (live)
9. Tightrope (live)
10. Fragments Of Faith (live)
11. The Game (live)

The deluxe edition is due for release on 22nd January in Europe and 25th January in the UK.

 

"Shallow Life" At Underground Industries

Shallow Life CoverLaura Kelly of the rock web magazine Underground Indrustries UK has reviewed Lacuna Coils latest album “Shallow Life”. The review summarises the album as “a current rock album which allows for the band to really show how they’ve matured and grown. No longer apart of the European Gothic Metal scene, this band have branched out and taken a risk that actually suits them much better.”

You can read the full review at the Underground Industries UK site here.