If there would be a case that I have a fight with the band, I am sure there would be something nasty from both sides.Usually when there is a split or some drama, only whoever was in the story knows exactly how it is and the rest is…Cristina agreed that it was a bit hard and weird to perform it at the very beginning but eventually she overcame the uneasiness.“” Seeing her perform makes all this very clear – the way her eyes seemed to tear up, the way she touches her face and smears make up provoking the emotional reaction from the audience. “Pretty much all our records reflect our, my, real life and motives like sanatoriums, mental illness are something really close to me for private and family reasons. Not only for mental reasons but also because of your own health.
Even if you don’t play you still have to pay the crew, the bus, hotels So of course if you keep an eye on the tour budget, it doesn’t make sense to take too many days off.She and her close friend Vinnie Paul became co-authors of an advice column for the rock magazine Revolver.A week ago, Lacuna Coil finally returned to Budapest on their short run of concerts that included several shows in Central Europe.The concert was held on boat A38, a popular Budapest club that gives you very unique concert experience on the waves of murky Danube waters.
I met with Cristina Scabbia on the deck and we chatted watching the river seagulls flying in the distance.
Mental illness as a theme appears quite often in music, there are many artists who never hesitated to admit they suffer from mental disorders – some of them fight the stigma, many of them just need to let this darkness somewhere to free themselves or even to see their fans getting stuck in that said darkness. “I think that you can always turn something negative into a positive force so it was like a therapy for me to ease all this pain and suffering I was going thorough when I wrote the lyrics. I would love to do like two, three shows and then take a break.