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LAMC Productions is thrilled to announce that Italian alt-metal outfit Lacuna Coil will perform at Singapore Rockfest II The Afterfest Party on 27 March 2020, Friday, at Esplanade Annexe Studio!
Lacuna Coil are shifting the paradigm yet again with their new album, Black Anima. Just as Comalies (2002), Shallow Life (2009), and chart-smashing Delirium (2016) upped the ante and rocketed the Milan-based outfit into the upper e...
Start Sales Date
2 Jan 2020, 1pm
11 Jan 2020, 12am
Approximately 1 hour with no interval
Rating / Age Limit
- Admission is subject to tickets produced at the entrance.
- Infants in arms or children below the age of 18 shall not be admitted.
- Patron 18 years and above must purchase a ticket for entry.
Photography / Video Recording Rules
- No Photography, Video recording and Audio recording is allowed for this event.
THE NIGHT IS NOT JUST THE ABSENCE OF THE SUN, IT HAS ITS OWN ENERGY, THE DARKNESS MOVES IN…
THERE’S A TIMELESS REALITY, A NEVER ENDING UNIVERSE WHERE MEMORIES OF THE PAST LIVE INFINITELY
HERE RESIDES WHAT SOME PEOPLE MIGHT CALL HOLY ANGEL, FALLEN SPIRIT, DIVINE MESSENGER OR INVISIBILE FORCE…WE CALL IT: B L A C K A N I M A
Formed in 1994, Lacuna Coil quickly became one of Century Media’s biggest selling bands. From Comalies (2002) and Karmacode (2004) to Shallow Life (2009) and Broken Crown Halo (2014), the high-flying Italian act demonstrated an uncanny ability to pull in rock, gothic, and metal audiences. The band’s spirited and lauded live performances have also earned them a solid reputation for a band that not only delivers night in/night out, but also a band whose stage performance reverberates long after the show is over. Indeed, Lacuna Coil’s heartfelt, heavy, melodic, and rhythmic metal—a hybrid of gothic, groove, and alternative—has created a rabid worldwide following. Whether it’s “Our Truth” and “Delirium” or “Nothing Stands in Our Way” and “Trip the Darkness,” Lacuna Coil’s dual-vocalist assault is immediately identifiable. New album, Black Anima, continues the Italian’s reign atop the metal stack.
The past few years have been marked, in various ways and in different degrees, by loss for the band, giving rise to the concept of souls (Anima). Whilst the songs on Black Anima go beyond this concept and explore different themes, the overall idea is brought together with custom made tarot cards by the Detroit artist, Micah Ulrich. Each card is tied to a song on the album and reflects the lyrics and the meaning of the song. Andrea explains “in the traditional sense, tarot cards are consulted to find oneself, to find meaning in one’s life and to find hope in the future. We wanted to take this idea of searching and apply it to our lost Animas, our lost souls. Our cards are designed and invested with the properties of searching and finding lost Black Animas.”
Lacuna Coil’s next steps are to promote Black Anima with every ounce of their beings. The spell-binding album is ready to sate diehard fans and mine new ones. Indeed, that’s exactly what Lacuna Coil are planning on.
“We hope Black Anima becomes part of their lives,” says Scabbia. “Their legacies. That they’ll remember it as being an important part of their existence. Friends of ours say that every album of ours is like a movie. So, this movie is about maturity in our lives, facing some hard points in life. We also have a lot of energy. We are able to give Lacuna Coil new life with this new album. We always have new ideas. We are always able to create new atmospheres. That we can create something fresh after all these years is personally reassuring. But we want fans to be surprised. We can’t wait to hear what they have to say!”
Early bird: S$88
VIP Meet & Greet: S$150
[Inclusive of 1 Standard ticket, Priority Entry, Photo opportunity, VIP laminate]
(This is a Free Standing Event)