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Broken Crown Halo CD+DVD, Limited Edition, Box set

4.4 out of 5 stars 45 customer reviews

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Product details

  • Audio CD (31 Mar. 2014)
  • Limited Edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Format: CD+DVD, Limited Edition, Box set
  • Label: Century Media
  • ASIN: B00IFOTUJU
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 263,128 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Nothing Stands in Our Way
  2. Zombies
  3. Hostage to the Light
  4. Victims
  5. Die & Rise
  6. I Forgive (But I Won't Forget Your Name)
  7. Cybersleep
  8. Infection
  9. I Burn in You
  10. In the End I Feel Alive
  11. One Cold Day

Disc: 2

  1. Trip the Darkness
  2. Kill the Light
  3. End of Time
  4. I Won't Tell You
  5. Spellbound
  6. Wide Awake
  7. Our Truth
  8. Closer
  9. Swamped
  10. Heaven's a Lie
  11. To Live Is to Hide
  12. 1:19
  13. Halflife
  14. Senzafine
  15. My Wings
  16. Falling Again
  17. No Need to Explain
  18. The Secret...

Disc: 3

  1. Chapter 1: Pawn Takes Rook
  2. Chapter 2: Beyond the Queen
  3. Chapter 3: Introducing the Bishop
  4. Chapter 4: Knights at the Ready
  5. Chapter 5: Sicilian Defense
  6. Chapter 6: The Queen's Gambit
  7. Chapter 7: The Castled King
  8. Chapter 8: The Stonewall
  9. Chapter 9: Endgame

Product Description

Lacuna Coil: Broken Crown Halo (Limited Deluxe Artbook) 3xCD - 3xCD, released 2014 in Europe by Century Media (9983630), Barcode: 5051099836303 // limited deluxe artbook edition in 11"-sized hardcover book with Broken Crown Halo CD, Best Of Laguna Coil CD and Endgame: In The Shadow Of The Crown DVD // Genre: Gothic / Heavy Metal

Customer Reviews

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Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Lacuna Coil are one of those bands I keep going back too.I lose street cred for liking them but they give something others don't.Sure I would prefer a less crunchy modern production,something a bit warmer sounding to suit Cristina's voice,in fine form as usual.The usual criticism of bands like this is they chase success,sell outs in other words,but LC haven't really changed much from their early days.Granted they have taken on that modern sound and have gone on the 'hottest chicks' tours (where else but the USA could come up with that) but if they want to make a living fair play to them.They get accused of being popular because they have a gorgeous singer,how is that worse than being liked because they have cool beards or the usual metal tough guy stuff..They still manage to tap a combination that's is it's own thing.They don't actually sound like Evanescence or Nightwish or Within Temptation etc and what other bands are trying to put a Goblin (Italian prog/horror film soundtrack band) influence in modern commercial metal/rock,none,ever! I read their new material has a more electronic edge which makes me imagine them going in a semi Depeche Mode direction which would be brilliant.
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How is this possible? Who do they think they are?

Lacuna Coil have for nearly ten years been my favourite band. Fair enough, a five-star review seems inevitable for such a long time "fanboy", but it is no lie to say that I have loved everything they have ever released. Still, with every new album announcement, I suspect I will be let down, just because it seems ridiculous to expect a winning effort every time.

However, it still doesn't change the fact that I really enjoyed the three previously released songs, Nothing Stands In Our Way, Die And Rise and I Forgive (But I Won't Forget Your Name), even if I did sense a bit of of a sonic carry over from Dark Adrenaline, released in 2012. To be honest, I did think there was a slight chance this could be a very standard LC release.

However, when I popped the album in my CD player, my jaw dropped through the floor. I will give you three reasons for why this happened:

1) Zombies: is that a hint of djent? It works!

2) Victims: Cristina Scabbia, you almost sound like Stevie Nicks! Hold on, are you now punkishly shouting at me? Scabbia once again ups her game. Bravo.

3) One Cold Day: hold on, are you telling me this IS NOT In A Reverie? This is a dream come true!

Broken Crown Halo is everything Lacuna Coil should and need to be in 2014, but truth be told, I thought there was little chance they could be this great 20 years into the game. To achieve what they have achieved with their seventh album is unprecedented. I loved Dark Adrenaline, but this is a step up from even that classy masterpiece!
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Top notch album from my favourite rockers. It stood out straight away as being a little different than their previous material. What can I say if you are a Lacuna Coil fan you will love it (so I guess I am a bit biased)
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By GavS on 4 April 2015
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This has got to be their finest album to date, so many tracks that i am pressing rewind on to listen to again, its hard to get through he whole album start to finish. Excellent vocals, brilliant music, simply the best so far.
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No problems with the delivery and service as despatched and received in quick time. Star rating is based on the album itself which is not their best although a bit of a grower with some of the songs. Could be something to do with the fact that one of the guitarists and the drummer (both original members) are leaving the band which may indicate that they are starting to run out of ideas. However, not planning on writing them off just yet, as new band members and absence of others might inspire them to take a new direction and once again kickstart their creativity.
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Format: MP3 Download
Overall, it's a great album. Very atmospheric with a big and often heavy sound. All the classic elements of LC's but as always with a new dimension. AS ever a key strength lies in the many wonderfully compelling and, at times quite intricate, melodies particularly from Cristina whose performance on this album is stunning. If you want to jump straight to an example try the track Cybersleep.

With this in mind, I am surprised by some of the negative reaction here, particularly the unfavourable comparisons to the previous album. So far I prefer it to Dark Adrenaline. Yes, it has a distinct sound but I find it a natural progression from DA and that it still sounds absolutely like LC. There is actually more depth here; maybe a lot more. Also, whilst I understand that some may not like the direction the band has taken I can't understand the criticism that they don't sound like they used to. Personally, I would would they make the music they want to at any given time and think it's dishonest to do otherwise.

However, in my opinion, the track order makes the album less seamless and accessible than previous releases and perhaps gives it a disjointed feel to begin with; but perhaps this is dues to that fact that I had already heard the 3 songs they had released to streaming which created flat patches in my first listen. I also think that the first two songs one after the other don't properly reflect the album in it's full diversity so this is why it will take longer than your first 8 minutes to come to full glory of what's on offer.
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