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Lacuna Coil Announces U.K. Tour Dates

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Italian gothic metal outfit Lacuna Coil has announced an extensive list of tour dates in Great Britain, which will kick off this November. The tour will be in support of the band's forthcoming new studio album, "Dark Adrenaline," which will hit the shelves early next year.

Speaking on the tour, vocalist Cristina Scabbia stated: "Lacuna Coil is back, coilers! We can FINALLY announce the new UK tour dates and I couldn't be more thrilled (it was hard to keep them a secret)! And this will also be your first chance to hear something new from our upcoming album, Dark Adrenaline! You all know how much we enjoy being surrounded by the ol' British dark love, that's why we definitely want to see you all this November! We'll give away our black hearts and velvet vibes to you. We are already excited about this tour... So be there with us, horns up in the darkness!"

The tour dates are as follows:

November 2 - Nottingham, England - Rescue Rooms
November 3 - Stoke On Trent, England - Sugarmill
November 4 - Sheffield, England - Corporation
November 5 - Birmingham, England - Institute Library
November 7 - Newcastle Upon Tyne, England - Newcastle University
November 8 - Glasgow, Scotland - King Tuts
November 9 - Aberdeen, Scotland - Lemon Tree
November 10 - Dundee, Scotland - The Doghouse
November 12 - Manchester, England - Academy 2
November 13 - Cardiff, England - CF10
November 14 - Exeter, England - Phoenix
November 16 - Brighton, England - Concorde 2
November 17 - Folkestone, England - Quarterhouse
November 18 - Bournemouth, England - Old Fire Station
November 20 - Colchester, England - Colchester Arts Center
November 21 - Northampton, England - Road Menders
November 22 - London, England - ULU
November 23 - Oxford, England - O2 Academy

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