LACUNA COIL Singer: Australia Has Been 'One Of The Most Beautiful Experiences Of My Life'

LACUNA COIL singer Cristina Scabbia has issued the following update:

"I'm back home now… and take some time to tell you something about my experience in Australia.

"Some of you guys have been there before already and some of you are FROM there… But let me tell you something: if you've never been there, just GO OVER THERE RIGHT NOW.

"It's been one of the most beautiful experiences of my life, and I'm serious.

"I don't know where to start 'cause I think the experience of petting a koala and kinda kissing a walabi at the koala sanctuary in Brisbane is been priceless, so liberating. In these moments I felt I had nothing else I could care about, just me and the nature…

"I loved Sydney , tha Taronga zoo, the trip on the boat, the big bridge close the opera house and the huge amount of BIG bats, the Perth shopping area, Melbourne and Adelaide and their cool places.

"But I don't forget YOU guys!!! THANKS to the different crowds who gave us one of the best welcome EVER.

"We were opening the tour 'cause it was our very first time over there, but there was always a lot of people waiting for us, wearing t-shirts and singing all the songs.

"Everyone went literally NUTS watching the duet with me and Dave [Mustaine] for 'A Tout Le Monde' during [MEGADETH's] set (believe me, it's funny to hear 'OH MY GOOOOOOD!!!' when you enter the stage, from the crowd, I LOVED it! Ahaha!).

"Awesome to meet some of you guys, you've been waiting for us for so long, we would have loved to be there earlier! Can't wait to come back again.

"MEGADETH, STATIC-X, DEVILDRIVER and BRING ME THE HORIZON have been a super-cool team to travel, perform, and PARTY with, had a lot of fun and…

"Most of all, thank YOU, MEGADETH, for having us…such a beautiful experience."

Fan-filmed video footage of MEGADETH performing the song "A Tout Le Monde" at Luna Park Big Top in Sydney, Australia on November 15, 2007 with a special guest appearance by Cristina Scabbia is available for viewing below.


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