Lacuna Coil To Drop 'Karmacode' April 4th
Guitarist Cristiano Migliore adds, 'It's taken a long time to put together these songs and I can say they're the best ones we've ever written! Working with old friends as well as new ones has been incredibly exciting and we had the chance to mix in one of the best studios in the world so, really, what else could we ask for? I'm definitely sure our fans will love the music just as much as they'll love the artwork that Asterik has created for Karmacode!'
The highly anticipated follow-up to their acclaimed commercial breakthrough album, Comalies (click for review), was co-produced by Waldemar Sorychta and Lacuna Coil in Germany and Italy while the album was both mixed by Ronald Prent (Rammstein, H.I.M., Iron Maiden) and mastered by Darcy Proper (Steely Dan, Porcupine Tree, R.E.M.) at Galaxy Studios in Belgium. Asterik Studio, the Grammy-nominated design firm, is handling the package design for Karmacode.
The track list for Karmacode is as follows:
02. To The Edge
03. Our Truth
04. Within Me
06. You Create
07. What I See
08. Fragments Of Faith
10. In Visible Light
11. The Game
12. Without Fear
13. Enjoy The Silence
'Our Truth', the album's lead track, will receive its worldwide debut on the Underworld: Evolution soundtrack on January 10th alongside Puscifer (Maynard Kennan's [Tool, A Perfect Circle] new project), Chester Bennington (Linkin Park), Slipknot, My Chemical Romance, Atreyu, and more. 'We all loved the 1st Underworld movie and soundtrack and knowing we'll be part of this soundtrack alongside all these great bands is awesome!' says Cristiano. 'It's incredible to see all this interest in our band and every time something like this happens it's definitely surreal. It's also going to be a great chance to see what people think of the new stuff! Let's keep our fingers crossed!'
A video for 'Our Truth' was shot in Los Angeles by Fort Awesome, a brand-new directorial duo, whose individual directing credits include Queens of the Stone Age, Linkin Park, Disturbed, Chevelle, Atreyu, Shadows Fall, and more. 'The experience of shooting the video was a wonderful one, for sure' adds Cristina, 'Both the band and the crew worked from sunset to sunrise in the Hollywood Hills, remaining 100% focused and after all was said and done we believe we pulled off a masterpiece of a video we're sure everyone's going to love.'
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