Lacuna Coil announces Fall Tour Dates

Lacuna Coil 2014 Fall Tour Poster

Lacuna Coil will bring their Broken Crown Halo Tour to New York state this fall for two shows. Along for the tour will be Devil You Know  and Starset. A lot of different rock genre’s are on display for this tour as all three bands have their own unique style of rock music.

From Milano, Italy, Lacuna Coil is fronted by dual vocalist Cristina Scabbia and Andrea Ferro. The tour is named after their current studio release Broken Crown Halo, which is their seventh studio album. Coil was also one of the headliners for the Revolver Hottest Chicks Tour  earlier this year. Lacuna Coil, meaning “empty spiral,” will bring a gothic hard rock sound to tour with melodic vocals.

Metal new comers Devil You Know, will be on the tour to support their debut album The Beauty of Destruction. Former Killswitch Engage vocalist Howard Jones fronts for the band.

Cinematic rockers Starset, just seem to pop up on every show this summer. Starset has just released their debut studio album titled Transmissions. Their two singles “My Demons” and “Carnivore” are in constant rotation on Sirius/XM Octane.

The first stop in New York for the tour will be Saturday, October 11 at Upstate Concert Hall in Clifton Park. Doors open at 6 p.m. and showtime is at 7 p.m. Advanced tickets are $18 and $20 the day of show. Patrons 16-years old are welcome and require ID or parent/legal guardian and must be 21 and over to drink. Tickets are on sale at the club box office (518-371-0012), all Ticketmaster outlets and also at The Northern Lights Smoke Shop. Tickets on sale Saturday August 9 at 10 am.

The second stop on the tour will be Sunday October 12 at The Gramercy Theatre in New York City. Doors open at 6pm. 16 years and up with ID or parent/legal guardian. 21 and over to drink. Tickets are $24 and are available through Ticketmaster . Tickets go on sale Friday, August 8 at 10 a.m.



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