Lacuna Coil Inspired By Abandoned Mental Asylum


(TeamRock Radio) Lacuna Coil reveal that they were inspired by an abandoned mental asylum that they once visited when writing music for their forthcoming album "Delirium", which is set to be released on May 27th.

Singer Cristina Scabbia says they wanted to conjure a "disturbing, cold and weird" atmosphere throughout the record. Co-singer Andrea Ferro adds that each song is based around a different room in a sanitarium - each housing a patient suffering from a different kind of mental illness.

Ferro tells Mosh Planet: "Once we found the word, we thought about connecting the concept of the record, the concept of the mental illness with the smaller topic of everyday craziness - the craziness you experience personally every day in real life.

"Some of us went through some depression, some other people had some family problem that forced them to experience a different moment in their life.

"And so we played with the symptoms and we did a bit of research about the characteristics of each mental illness and then dragged it into this concept - a Lacuna Coil sanitarium. Every song is like a room of the sanitarium where a patient is facing a different kind of illness." Read more here.

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