Italian heavy rockers LACUNA COIL have entered the studio to begin recording their new album. The follow-up to 2016’s “Delirium” is tentatively due before the end of the year via Century Media.

Singer Cristina Scabbia took to Instagram earlier today to express her satisfaction with the band’s new music, saying: ” I feel so very happy and on fire (and so are the boys!). I am in LOVE with new stuff.”

This past March, Scabbia said that LACUNA COIL‘s next album would be “heavy and dark.” Her comments echoed those she made two years earlier when she said that LACUNA COIL‘s next disc could see the band pursuing a more aggressive musical direction, just as was the case with “Delirium”. “I believe that it could definitely be even way heavier, because that’s what we like to perform on stage,” she told Metal Wani. “Of course, we like the ballads and the mellow songs, but we like better to perform songs that are heavier. And we love that music.”

2018 marked the 20th anniversary of LACUNA COIL‘s debut. To celebrate the occasion, they played an exceptional show in January 2018 in London at the O2 Forum Kentish Town. The unique, one-time event was filmed and recorded for “The 119 Show – Live In London”, which was released last November.

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‼️We FINALLY ented the studio to start the recording of new music, today! ‼️I just wanted to stop by to tell you guys that I feel so very happy and on fire (and so are the boys!), I am in LOVE with new stuff and from my black bubble of enjoyment I feel immensely grateful for your constant support: it is because of you all that we are able to do what we love the most on a professional level and I NEVER take all this for granted. I always remember where we came from and fuuuuuck I hope I’ll do this forever and ever!! I can’t wait to let you hear something new! In the meantime, keep on listening to music and let me know what’s your fave LC and for what reason (I’m dying to hear your stories!!!)! Ciao! (Pic by?)

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Source: Blabbermouth