Lacuna Coil share live video for track “Veneficium”

Italian metal giants Lacuna Coil release their new live track and video for “Veneficium” today via Century Media Records. The track is off the band’s forthcoming live album, ‘Live From The Apocalypse,’ which is set for release on June 25th. Watch the live video of “Veneficium”, HERE [embedded below].

Veneficium is the painful and fierce scream that rises from the darkness. Another day has born and has new hope in it, the poison inside has been defeated and a new refreshed and healed life can start again,” states Lacuna Coil frontwoman Cristina Scabbia about “Veneficium.”

‘Live From The Apocalypse’ is the fruit of an unprecedented time. Unlike previous live efforts the Italians, under the yoke of the pandemic, cleverly devised a way for their devoted fan base to hear and see them on stage by organizing a special live stream event performing their latest album, ‘Black Anima,’ in its entirety this past September 2020. By all accounts, this was no ordinary gig. Even though Lacuna Coil were in their hometown of Milan—at the famed Alcatraz Club—there were no fans to greet them. No roar of anticipation; No claps of adulation; No interaction with the people who had become deeply involved in and had a profound love for Lacuna Coil’s music and live shows over two-plus decades. The live stream energy was different. It had to be. With hearts on their sleeves, cameras rolling, and the world tuning in online, LACUNA COIL brought “Black Anima: Live from the Apocalypse” to life.



‘Live From The Apocalypse’ tracklisting:
1. Anima Nera
2. Sword Of Anger
3. Save Me
4. Now Or Never
5. Reckless
6. Through The Flames
7. Apocalypse
8. Black Feathers
9. Under The Surface
10. The End Is All I Can See
11. Veneficium
12. Black Dried Up Heart
13. Bad Things
14. Layers Of Time
15. Black Anima
16. Save Me (Apocalypse Version)

Lacuna Coil is Cristina Scabbia (vocals), Andrea Ferro (vocals), Marco “Maki” Coti-Zelati (guitars , bass guitar, keyboards & synths), Diego “DD” Cavallotti (guitars), and Richard Meiz (drums).



Press release courtesy of The Orchard

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