LACUNA COIL's Video For 'Our Truth' Debuts On YAHOO! MUSIC
Today Yahoo! Music became the first official video outlet to debut the highly anticipated new LACUNA COIL video for the track "Our Truth". The clip is featured on the site's homepage all day and will remain a highlighted featured through the end of the week. Yahoo! Music is the #1 music site reaching more than 21 million unique users monthly. "Our Truth" will be the first single taken from the group's forthcoming album, "Karmacode", which is set for an April 4 release. The track received its worldwide debut on the "Underworld: Evolution" soundtrack, where it appeared alongside such acclaimed artists as PUSCIFER (Maynard Keenan's [TOOL, A PERFECT CIRCLE] new project), Chester Bennington (LINKIN PARK), SLIPKNOT, MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE, ATREYU and more. The video for the track was shot in Los Angeles by Fort Awesome, a brand-new directorial duo whose individual credits include QUEENS OF THE STONE AGE, LINKIN PARK, DISTURBED, CHEVELLE and more.
LACUNA COIL will embark on a massive six-week U.S. tour this March as direct support to ROB ZOMBIE. This trek, which kicks off in mid-March and runs through early May, will be the group's first stateside run since Ozzfest 2004.
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