LACUNA COIL Lands Rolling Stone Cover

LACUNA COIL frontwoman Cristina Scabbia is featured on the cover of the new issue of the Italian edition of Rolling Stone magazine. Check it out at this location.

To view a collection of LACUNA COIL magazine covers from all across the world, click here.

LACUNA COIL made their much-anticipated return to the U.S. on June 29 as part of this year's Ozzfest main-stage lineup. The massive summer trek coincides with the release of the new single "Enjoy the Silence", which impacted commercial radio last week. The video for the track, completed by the directorial team Fort Awesome, who also shot the group's acclaimed "Our Truth" clip, made its U.S. television debut on MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball" on July 15. Watch the video online at

Since its release, LACUNA COIL's new album, "Karmacode", has sold over 100,000 units, according to Nielsen SoundScan, and spent a total of eight weeks on the Billboard Top 200 chart. The album's success can be partly contributed to the strength of its lead-off single, "Our Truth", and a stellar live performance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" in May. The track was added by over 75 Active Rock and Alternative Radio outlets (and played by well over 125 commercial outlets in all), becoming a Top 30 Active Rock single while spending over 2 1/2 months on the Top 40 Active Rock Radio Chart and reaching a monitored Arbitron audience of over 11 million listeners.

LACUNA COIL's breakthrough single "Heaven's A Lie", from the acclaimed 2002 album "Comalies", is currently featured in a summer promotional spot for CBS-TV's "Criminal Minds" program.


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