Halflife - Lacuna Coil Reviews
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by - written on 01/10/12, updated on 01/10/12 (Very useful, 21 readings)
This review is also on my ciao account under the username alexcatt97. This EP was released in 2000 and contains 5 songs. 1. Halflife - The song is started well with great guitar work and drums followed by impressive vocals and after the opening the guitars gets better and along with both the female and male vocals sound great with along with it. Especially in this song the male and female vocals work very well together to create a great gothic sound which sounds really effective. The short guitar solo in the middle of the song is again very impressive and both vocals still sound great throughout both the chorus and bridge which are both equally as good as the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/09/08 (Very useful, 19 readings)
'Halflife' is Lacuna Coil's second E.P., an average collection of a few listenable songs that nevertheless fail to live up to the high quality of the previous E.P. Christina Scabbia is her usual reliable, if unexciting self opposite the far less talented male singer Andre, who is used a lot more here than in the previous album 'In a Reverie' but without the death metal grunts. Nevertheless, a few interesting vocal deviations are made, as the opening title track favours an Eastern vibe and 'Senzafine' is performed entirely in the band's native Italian, complete with spoken word sections. Needless to say for such a predominantly slow band, 'Hyperfast' fails to ... Read the complete review
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