NEWS

04-11 Lacuna Coil reveals new single
08-07 Lacuna Coil announce tour
02-28 Lacuna Coil release new song
01-13 New Lacuna Coil album


RELATED MUSIC LISTS
 3 Quarters -- What's Missing?
 2014: The Good, The Bad, and The Sh
 Where Are You From? Sputnik Census
 Rec me female artists
 The first hundred shows
 Been awhile since I've posted, need
 rec me female fronted metal
 the long awaited highly anticipated
 Metal: Ladies in the House Stand Up
 Female-fronted Metal
 Middle School rage music
 The Human Voice, Divine
 Favorites Of 2016
 users ranked for real this time
 Top 50 Worst Albums of 2016
 The Best Albums of 2016
 GuyMan's Top 15 of '16
 Cor's Definitive 2016 Ranking
 2016 Metal
 Black and Blue
» More Lists (107)

» Edit Band Information
» Edit Albums

» Add a Review
» Add an Album
» Add News

Lacuna Coil

Lacuna Coil's music is inspired by gothic imagery, using melodic guitar lines, alternating heavy and light vocals, and a bit of popinfluence. Theybegan with a very doom metal feel to them on their first 3 releases before they priogressed into moremainstream gothic. Their 2016 album 'Delirium' has been praised as a return to form.

Similar Bands: Within Temptation, Leaves' Eyes, Evanescence, The Gathering, Semblant

LPs
Delirium
2016

3.3
111 Votes
Broken Crown Halo
2014

2.8
143 Votes
Dark Adrenaline
01/24/2012

3.2
240 Votes
Shallow Life
2009

2.7
330 Votes
Karmacode
2006

3.2
542 Votes
Comalies
2002

3.6
539 Votes
Unleashed Memories
2001

3.6
304 Votes
In a Reverie
1999

3.5
210 Votes
EPs
Halflife
2000

3.6
72 Votes
Lacuna Coil
1998

3.7
72 Votes
Compilations
The EPs
2005

3.4
13 Votes

Contributors: Tunaboy45, RoderickINM, ASnideReturns, pizzamachine, HuaynaCapac357, BallsToTheWall, Willie, Mikesn, Shadows, Eakflanderyof, TheMisterBungle, Farhenheit, Cravinov13, Diabulus in musica, Zaine, Shattered_Future, Insurrection, RoderickINM, Disconnected, Deviant.,

STAFF & CONTRIBUTORS // SITE FORUM // CONTACT US

Bands: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z


Site Copyright 2005-2017 Sputnikmusic.com
All Album Reviews Displayed With Permission of Authors | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy