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LACUNA COIL To Release Broken Crown Halo In April, Announce U.S. Tour

The next few months could be very Lacuna Coil-filled if you're a fan.

The next few months could be very Lacuna Coil-filled if you're a fan.

Lacuna Coil have set Apr. 1 as the release date for their new studio album Broken Crown Halo. The album will be released through Century Media. The band had me pretty intrigued by how the described the recording process in a press release:

"We locked ourselves in an age-old studio in Milan, Italy, where history was strong and the past met with our future, vintage gear and the influence of classic Italian horror movies and bands like Goblin meeting the fresh and rough sounds of the modern world with unique and invigorating results. Broken Crown Halo is Lacuna Coil introducing a new order, and letting nothing stand in our way…"

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I'm definitely going to give it a listen when I can! However, before the band drops the new record, they'll be supporting Sick Puppies (and opened up for by Eyes Set to Kill and Cilver) on the Revolver Hottest Chicks In Rock Tour. The tour dates are as follows:

2/20: Wilmington, NC – Ziggy's By The Sea
2/21: Atlanta, GA – Masquerade
2/22: Lexington, KY – Buster's
2/23: Springfield, VA – Empire
2/24: New York, NY – Irving Plaza
2/26: Worcester, MA – Palladium
2/27: Lancaster, PA – Chameleon Club
2/28: Columbus, OH – Alrosa Villa
3/1: Joliet, IL – Mojoe's
3/2: South Bend, IN – Club Fever
3/5: Broussard, LA – The Station Live
3/6: Houston, TX – Scout Bar
3/7: Austin, TX – Infest
3/8: Dallas, TX – Gas Monkey
3/10: Denver, CO – Summit Music Hall
3/12: Salt Lake City, UT – The Complex
3/14: Spokane, WA – Knitting Factory
3/15: Seattle, WA – Studio Seven
3/19: Los Angeles, CA – House Of Blues
3/20: Anaheim, CA – House Of Blues

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