LACUNA COIL's SCABBIA Is One Of 'The Hottest Chicks In Metal'
LACUNA COIL frontwoman Cristina Scabbia appears on the front cover of the February 2006 issue of Revolver magazine. She is also included in the magazine's "The Hottest Chicks in Metal" article. View the cover at EmptySpiral.net.
As previously reported, LACUNA COIL have confirmed on their official web site that the recording, mixing, and mastering of their forthcoming album, "Karmacode", is complete. The CD is tentatively scheduled for release in early April via Century Media Records. The highly anticipated follow-up to 2002's "Comalies" was co-produced once again by Waldemar Sorychta and was mixed by Ronald Prent (RAMMSTEIN, H.I.M., IRON MAIDEN). Songtitles set to appear on the CD include "What I See", "Fragile", "In Visible Light", "Fragments of Faith", "Within Me" and "Our Truth".
LACUNA COIL are among the artists that have been confirmed for the Global Gathering 2006 music festival, set to take place March 18 at Bicentennial Park in Miami, FL. The band are also reportedly set to support SEVENDUST on February 26 at the House of Blues in West Hollywood, California. It is not presently clear if LACUNA COIL will play any additional dates with SEVENDUST.
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