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GenreGothic Metal
Media formatCD
Media PackagingJewelcase
Available since 27.05.2016
Product code332100

The standard edition in a jewel case.

The gothic metal band 'Lacuna Coil' are back with their hardest album so far, "Delirium". The band from Italy has come up with another hit album after the eight outputs and it presents Christina Scabbia and the instrumental band with their best performance so far. If you liked "Broken Crown Halo" (2014), you will love "Delirium".

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Lacuna Coil - Delirium

The Italian band Lacuna Coil have undergone several lineup changes over the past few years, with a few longtime members departing. Vocalists Cristina Scabbia and Andrea Ferro remain, along with bassist Marco Coti Zelati.

With the changes for their latest album, Ferro says, “Delirium is not the beginning of a new chapter in Lacuna Coil’s life, it is the beginning of a new book.”

Delirium utilizes some of the metal stylings from the band’s early days along with the accessible hard rock of more recent albums. Opening track “The House of Shame” opens with gruff vocals from Ferro before Scabbia’s melodic vocals kick in. “Broken Things” is catchy, but has plenty of heft.

The band brought in some guest guitarists, as well, with Myles Kennedy (Slash, Alter Bridge), Diego Cavallotti (Neptune’s Rage) and Mark Vollelunga (Nothing More) among those contributing solos. This is the first Lacuna Coil album for drummer Ryan Blake Folden, who anchors the heavy parts with ease and shows dexterity and subtlety in softer sections.

Delirium should appeal to Lacuna Coil fans old and new. It’s a polished album with memorable and flawlessly arranged songs that also includes some of the heaviest material they have done. That combination makes for a diverse and dynamic release.

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