Lacuna Coil




Rank:
121
614 fans
Also known as Sleep Of Right (1994-1996) Ethereal (1996-1997)

Country: Italy
Label: Century Media Records

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Formed in: 1994

1998-2009 Gothic metal
2009- Alternative metal

Line-up

1994-  Andrea Ferro - vocals
1994-  Marco Coti-Zelati - bass, keyboards
1996-  Cristina Scabbia - vocals
2015-  Ryan Folden - drums
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1994-1997  Claudio Leo - guitars
1994-1997  Leonardo Forti - drums
1994-1997  Raffaele Zagaria - guitar
1998-2014  Cristiano "Criz" Mozzati - drums
1998-2014  Cristiano Migliore - guitars
1999-2016  Marco Emanuele Biazzi - guitars
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1999  Waldemar Sorychta - keyboards
2016  Daniel Sahagún - guitars
1997  Anders Iwers - guitars
2012-2015  Ryan Folden - drums
2014  Daniel Sahagún - bass
› 2016-  -//- guitars
2011  Mario Riso - percussion
2016  Myles Kennedy - guitar solo
2016  Mark Vollelunga - guitar solo

Discography

2002 Heaven's A Lie [Single] 9.3
2003 MTV2 Head Banger's Ball [VA] 7
2004 Swamped [Single] 8.8
2004 Ozzfest 2004 Summer Sampler [VA] 9.3
2004 Lacuna Coil [Single] 9
2005 The EPs [Compilation] 8.1
2006 Our Truth [Single] 7.8
2006 Enjoy The Silence [Single] 8.7
2006 Closer [Single] 9
2007 Within Me [Single] 8
2008 Visual Karma (Body, Mind And Soul) [DVD] 8.3
2009 Spellbound [Single] 8.5
2009 Manifesto Of Lacuna Coil [Compilation] 7.9
2009 I Like It [Single] 9
2009 Saw VI O.S.T. [VA] 7
2009 I Won't Tell You [Single] 8
2011 Femme Metal Presents... Melody And Malice [VA] 8
2011 Trip The Darkness [Single] 7.5
2012 Fire [Single] 6.3
2014 Nothing Stands In Our Way [Single] 6.3

Latest reviews

Where to begin with this review? Let's first evaluate the feelings you had for Dark Adrenaline. If you liked it, then examine what your expectations are for another Lacuna Coil album. If you projected the band would follow their trend, then this is exactly what you will get; Broken Crown Halo is an accessible modern metal album employing the formula "if it ain't broke, don't fix it".   Review by D.T. Metal ››
If I had written this review in 1997, I would probably have risen up against the fact that this first 6-track EP is a real plagiarism of the atmospheric and gothic metal gods of this period, The Gathering, even before recognizing the quality of this release....   Review by Deadsoulman ››

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