Italy's Lacuna Coil have premiered "Not Enough", another new song from their highly anticipated album "Shallow Life", via their brand-new widget. There you can also check out the "Spellbound" video and a nice photo gallery.

Furthermore, the entire "Shallow Life" album is going to be streamed in its entirety exclusively on MySpace from Thursday April 9th, 2009 on for one week. Stay tuned to http://www.myspace.com/lacunacoil.


"Shallow Life" was recorded in September/October at NRG Studios in North Hollywood, California with producer Don Gilmore, who has previously worked with Linkin Park, Avril Lavigne, Good Charlotte, Pearl Jam, Duran Duran, and many more. The album will be released via Century Media Records on the following dates:

Germany / Austria / Switzerland / Benelux / Italy: April 17, 2009
Australia: April 18, 2009
Uk / France / Greece / Denmark / Norway / Rest Of Europe: April 20, 2009
North America / Spain / Portugal: April 21, 2009
Sweden / Finland / Hungary: April 22, 2009

The band is currently touring the US on the "Music As A Weapon IV" tour and will return to European stages during this year's festival season.


Source: blogs.myspace.com
Band profile: Lacuna Coil
 
Posted: 07.04.2009 by Doom From North



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Angel_Lament - 07.04.2009 at 14:28  
Thats very good, But I cant open Myspace on Dialup!
Cant they ever find a "lighter" site? Or have it on Torrents like promos or something?
-Soulreaper- - 07.04.2009 at 15:41  
Oh man, that Not Enough song is pretty bad.

Just listened to the Spellbound one too and it isnt any better. Well, I wont be purchasing this album.
Elio - 07.04.2009 at 16:40  
I don't care about them, but since they are from my same country, I'll give it a listen.
Evican - 08.04.2009 at 14:39  
If "Spellbound" is the song that they chose to be the song that they want to create interest with, they are in trouble.

They have so much potential, but fail with every release to create music dense and interesting enough for me.
darklos - 08.04.2009 at 18:54  
I don't expect too much from this album
Petulka - 09.04.2009 at 10:34  
You all are right. This album is not good.. actually really bad, the old Lacuna Coil is gone...
Kamil - 09.04.2009 at 21:57  
I like new stuff. Much better, than previous - that's for sure.
7,5 or even 8 /10.
Glower - 13.04.2009 at 00:03  
Written by darklos on 08.04.2009 at 18:54

I don't expect too much from this album


Haha, yeah.
The very fact that it said the album was being produced by the same people as Avril Lavigne and Good Charlotte should have been a huge red flag.
dismaleuphony - 13.04.2009 at 07:47  
Written by Kamil on 09.04.2009 at 21:57

I like new stuff. Much better, than previous - that's for sure.
7,5 or even 8 /10.

I agree with you here It's not a classic, but it's more focused and despite my fears with the "big" American style producers being involved, I think they helped. If I compare this to most of the slop on US mainstream radio, this is excellent stuff. Of course, it's no old Lacuna Coil, but it's very good and after listening to the whole album twice, I pre-ordered my copy. It's a sure improvement over the failure (IMO) of their last album.
Elodie Artour - 13.04.2009 at 15:22  
I'm pissed off with their new material - it sounds lame.

Besides that, I didn't expect it to be THAT bad. Lacuna Coil are beginning to sound like a new, average American alternative band. And I do think they've forgotten about their European fans' taste.

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