LACUNA COIL and Music Choice, the leading multi-platform music network, have joined forces to bring you exclusive material that no hard rock/metal fan will want to miss. LACUNA COIL recently hit the state of the art Music Choice studios in New York City to record a live version of their hit single "Our Truth", which will be accessible throughout the month of June on Music Choice On-Demand, the most-popular free video-on-demand music service available in millions of digital cable homes nationwide with access to on-demand programming from Music Choice. Vocalists Andrea Ferrero and Cristina Scabbia also sat down with Music Choice for an in-depth interview that will be featured on a future episode of "Rock Show", available only on Music Choice On-Demand and its free broadband/high-speed Internet music service for cable-modem subscribers.

LACUNA COIL's new video for "Our Truth" can now be watched whenever, and however often you like, on Music Choice On-Demand and Music Choice for broadband/high-speed Internet.

Justin Prager, Director of Rock and Pop Programming for Music Choice comments: "Music Choice is excited to bring the exclusive live performance and interview, and music video debut from LACUNA COIL to millions of music fans nationwide. Music Choice is committed to providing top quality music programming on-demand and our unmatched audience size and viewership confirms our programming hits the mark. Anyone who enjoys hard rock/metal music will not to miss the opportunity to watch LACUNA COIL's exclusive performance of 'Our Truth', available only on Music Choice On-Demand."

LACUNA COIL just wrapped up a massive six-week, sold-out U.S. tour as direct support to ROB ZOMBIE, which will lead them into a main stage slot at this year's Ozzfest. Their latest album, "Karmacode", had a phenomenal first week at retail, moving an impressive 34,000 units via Nielsen SoundScan and securing the No. 28 spot on The Billboard 200 chart. It has since sold a total of 84,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.


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