Lacuna Coil Song Covered By Marching Band At College Football Game

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(Metal Hammer) The University of South Carolina's marching band covered Lacuna Coil track Zombies during a football game this past weekend and video of the performance has gone online.

The song featured on the group's 2014 album Broken Crown Halo, with the university band playing it during the half-time interval at the South Carolina v Tennessee football game at the weekend.

And Lacuna Coil have revealed they were delighted at the marching band showcasing their track. They say in a statement: "This is the best thing we've seen in a long time. The marching band from University South Carolina covered our song Zombies in the craziest version ever during half-time of the USC Tennessee." Watch the performance in the video here.

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