LACUNA COIL: 'Swamped' Single Due In June

Italy's LACUNA COIL will be releasing the second single, "Swamped", from their highly acclaimed album, "Comalies", on June 7 through Century Media Records. The single release will be complemented by the band's "fantastic" video for "Swamped", which was shot by the popular Swedish director Patric Ullaeus, who has previously worked with such bands such as IN FLAMES, DIMMU BORGIR, PASSENGER, TIAMAT, DREAM EVIL and also pop artists like SCOOTER and NATURAL. A limited two-CD edition of "Comalies" will surface in late June for the price of a single CD.

LACUNA COIL are currently touring the U.S. with P.O.D. for six weeks before embarking on a two-month run with this year's Ozzfest. The band were reportedly handpicked by the Osbourne children Jack and Kelly. Mother Sharon commented on the choice of her offspring: "We have a wonderful woman with us [referring to LACUNA COIL's Cristina Scabbia], we always like to have a woman with us on the tour."


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