Lacuna Coil Aim New Album Sound Towards Rock Not Metal

(Rock AAA) Lacuna Coil are scheduled to enter the studio "soon" to record a follow up to 2009's Shallow Life. In a video recorded for, and posted on, the bands fan site emptyspiral.net, Christina Scabbia hinted that the new material was ready to go and that the album would be released later this year, and in a recent interview with Kerrang! she talked of the band's evolution:

"We learned so much from making "Shallow Life" and working with a different producer [Don Gilmore; Linkin Park, Bullet For My Valentine] gave us a great starting point for this record. We want to bring everything we have to the table and just explore that. We're more inspired by the dark side of life than anything else right now, and I'm pretty sure the new album will be darker and heavier because of that.

"It's still a rock sound. I like the direction we took on 'Shallow Life' and this is going to be in that vein. I still love metal to death, but at this point I like rock more. I like being able to bring different things that are not necessarily from metal to the album because I like the contamination between sounds. I like that music is always evolving and that you can be free to take sounds and mix them together."

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