Lacuna Coil Founding Member + Cayne Guitarist Claudio Leo Dies
Sad news for metal fans everywhere: founding Lacuna Coil guitarist Claudio Leo, who also played for Italian metal band Cayne, has passed away.
Sevendust + Coal Chamber Team Up To Co-Headline 2013 U.S. Tour
Sevendust are teaming up with the reunited Coal Chamber for a 2013 U.S. tour. The two bands will be supported directly by Lacuna Coil, with Candlelight Red and Stolen Babies splitting opening duties.
Lacuna Coil and Sevendust Join Forces for Early 2013 U.S. Tour
Lacuna Coil have enjoyed a solid year touring behind their 'Dark Adrenaline' album and it looks as though 2013 will start off on a high note, as well. The band has just announced a February run with Sevendust that will keep them in the U.S. for the entire month.
Lacuna Coil Launch Their Own Social Networking Fan Community
Lacuna Coil are making sure their faithful followers are able to keep up with the latest news from the band by launching their own social network-fan community. The group teamed with Mobile Backstage to create the application, which will allow fans easier access to all kinds of Lacuna Coil informati…
Lacuna Coil’s Cristina Scabbia Rejects the Lure of a Solo Career
It's not exactly common in rock to see a band with two vocalists, but Lacuna Coil have made it work over the years, with a both the female (Cristina Scabbia) and male (Andrea Ferro) perspectives getting a shared amount of time. Still, questions come up from time to time about if Scabbia might c…
Lacuna Coil’s Cristina Scabbia Talks Proper Diet for Life on the Road
Cristina Scabbia rocks out every time she's onstage with Lacuna Coil, and all that performing requires some proper fuel. We’re talking real food, not processed, mystery ingredients. Speaking with Gilles Lartigot of “Heavy Metal Food” on the Radio Metal website, Scabbia chatted about food, which she …
In Flames and Lacuna Coil To Set Sail for 70,000 Tons of Metal Festival
Get ready for more heavy metal on the high seas -- 70,000 tons to be exact. This January, 40 hard-hitting metal bands, including Lacuna Coil and In Flames, and a literal boatload of fans will set sail in the Caribbean for the third edition of the 70,000 Tons of Metal festival.