LACUNA COIL: 'Swamped' Video Posted Online

LACUNA COIL's video for the track "Swamped" has been posted online at Check it out here.

The "Swamped" clip was directed by Revolver Film Company's Patric Ullaeus (IN FLAMES, DIMMU BORGIR, WITHIN TEMPTATION, EVERGREY, TIAMAT, PASSENGER) and was shot in Sweden in a castle and on the Revolver Ranch. Pick-up shots were made in a Spanish desert.

LACUNA COIL will be releasing "Swamped" as the second single from their highly acclaimed album, "Comalies", on June 7 through Century Media Records. The single release will be complemented by the "Swamped" video. A limited two-CD edition of "Comalies" will surface in late June for the price of a single CD.

LACUNA COIL are in the middle of a national U.S. theater tour alongside P.O.D., BLINDSIDE and HAZEN ST.. A second-stage slot at this year's Ozzfest will follow in the summer.


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