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Italy's greatest modern musical export, LACUNA COIL have returned with the massively anticipated full-length release, Broken Crown Halo. It marks the latest chapter in their ongoing legacy, a dark and sultry ride that started in Italy and has resonated in an opaque wake of sonic splendor throughout the world.

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  • Audio CD (January 24, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2011
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Century Media
  • ASIN: B0061TQBRK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (97 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,577 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Trip The Darkness
2. Give Me Something More
3. The Army Inside
4. Kill The Light
5. Losing My Religion
6. Against You
7. Upside Down
8. My Spirit
9. I Don't Believe In Tomorrow
10. Intoxicated
11. End Of Time
12. Fire

Editorial Reviews

2012 album from Italy's greatest musical export. The album was recorded with acclaimed producer Don Gilmore (Avril Lavigne, Linkin Park, Pearl Jam) at the famed NRG Studios in Los Angeles. Dark Adrenaline is another huge step forward in the band's continuous evolution and marks their first full-length since 2008's Shallow Life and promises to be well worth the wait.

Customer Reviews

Lacuna Coil is amazing.
Tara H Snow
Andrea does well with a soaring chorus with Cristina in the distant background.
Another song I really like is one of the softer songs called 'End of Time'.
Bret Newman

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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By nin/ja77 on January 24, 2012
Format: Audio CD
Lacuna Coil return with album number 6 "Dark Adrenaline" which see's the band return to their heavier root's after their last album the mellower "Shallow Life" which was met with luke warm reviews from both fans and critics. Many long time fans missed the heavier sound the band had developed especially on albums such as "Comalies" and "Unleashed Memories". There is no lack of heavy riffs on "Dark Adrenaline".

The signs were good when the first single "Trip The Darkness" was released as it contains some heavy guitars and great vocal interplay between vocalists Cristina Scabbia and Andrea Ferro. On the track "Kill The Light" which starts out slow before giving away to a heavy riff, it's a song full of hooks. Elesewhere there is "Give Me Something More" which is a song full of melody. Any doubt that Lacuna Coil weren't going to break out heavy riffs are put to bed by the time you reach the 7th song the brilliant "I Don't believe In Tomorrow" which has Lacuna Coil almost sounding like Korn with downtuned guitars it's both dark and a heavy song, it also features a great breakdown at the 2.40 mark that has Scabbia singing "I Avenge You" over and over.

The songs "Against You", "Upside Down" and "The Army Inside" are all songs that will have Lacuna Coil fan's rejoicing that the band have embraced their heavier side once again, there's even few guitar solos thrown in for good measure. There is also the epic album closer "My Spirit" which at nearly six minutes long closes out the album in style. Not everything works such as the cover version of REM's "Losing My Religion" which just sounds out of place on the album and is a far cry from the cover version of Depeche Mode's "Enjoy The Silence" from "Karmacode".
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64 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Jack on January 24, 2012
Format: Audio CD
Really Century Media?! As with my review for Roadrunner Record's very flawed physical "deluxe edition" of The Unforgiving (Special Edition CD+DVD) by Within Temptation, this latest release by Lacuna Coil continues the insanely disgusting practice where the record labels do anything and everything to get us to buy their music, EXCEPT give us the bonus tracks! There are no less than eight different physical versions of this album being released today, all featuring ridiculous bells and whistles; everything from dvds to posters, medical kits, etc., and yet not a single one of these different physical versions features 'Soul Inmate' as a bonus track (nor any of the other b-sides). Do you want to know who gets it? The Itunes MP3 customers because they must be rewarded for making the record label's job easier by being so willing to settle for far less than a physical product, while us physical release fans are being punished for still holding onto "the old ways". No amount of added posters, dvds, syringes, medical kits, photos, etc. will EVER be better than getting a complete release of the album where there are NO missing songs.

I am a huge fan of Lacuna Coil, as they were my first exposure into the world of female fronted rock, so it greatly pains me to not buy this album. But I must stand by my belief to not buy something that I know I am getting screwed over on. Century Media re-released
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By kalihiboy on March 3, 2012
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I actually stumbled on this group while perusing the Heavy Metal releases for January. This particular sight was streaming the entire album online so after a few listens I was hooked and downloaded the album. I'm an old school metalhead growing up listening to bands like Ratt, Queensryche, and Dio. I don't really care for the Metal the young ones listen to now with the low grunting vocals and downtuned guitars. Lacuna Coil is the exception. I really love the vocal interplay between Scabbia and Ferro - very refreshing. Couple that with songs loaded with metal hooks and polished production and you're certain to please the old metalheads like me.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Bret Newman on January 30, 2012
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I've heard several good songs from Lacuna Coil, but yet never forked over the cash to buy one of their cd's. Well that's all history now, as I bought their lastest cd, and I'm not dissappointed. A couple of months ago I bought Evanescence (self titled) cd, and I thought that was incredible. Well this one is just as good. I just hope my country (USA) catches on to this great album, but I'm afraid they will be too busy listening to Katy Perry. Too bad, because this band, and this kind of music has much more to offer. If someone from Kroq here in L.A. is reading this, you better give this a spin on your radio station. If I was a dj, I would definitely start off with 'Kill The Light', which is probably there best song on the album. I hear sports radio talk show host, and guest athletes anlayst always saying "to the eye", or "what the eye see's". Well I'm going to use the reference 'to the ear'. And to the ear, this song sounds the best.

Now let me talk about track ten, which is a cover song of REM's 'Losing My Religion'. I read other reviews here on Amazon saying this song wasn't done good, or to that effect. One person wrote he always skips it. Our your crazy? Lacuna Coil did an amazing job on this. Personally I prefer this to REM's. In fact, This is my second favorite song on the album. When Cristina Scabbia hits that high note on this, it gives me chills. It also has somewhat of an electronic techno beat to this, which means you could probably play this song at the clubs. A dj will probably give this a mix though. Another song I really like is one of the softer songs called 'End of Time'. This song is highly emotional, and if your married, or have a girlfriend/boyfriend, this song will definitely hit home. By the way, I love how Lacuna Coil has two singers (female/male).
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