Layers of Time
|"Layers of Time"|
|Single by Lacuna Coil|
|from the album Black Anima|
|Released||July 26, 2019|
|Studio||BRX Studio, Milan, Italy|
|Genre||Gothic metal, metalcore, alternative metal|
|Label||Century Media Records|
|Producer(s)||Marco Coti Zelati|
|Lacuna Coil singles chronology|
"Layers of Time" is a song by Italian gothic metal band Lacuna Coil. It was released as the lead single from their ninth studio album Black Anima July 26, 2019 by their record label Century Media Records and accompanied by a music video. This is the first Lacuna Coil single released since "Blood, Tears, Dust", which was released on March 22, 2017, as well as their first single without their former drummer Ryan Blake Folden, who stepped down as the band's full time drummer to "undertake new adventures his life".
Axl Rosenberg of Metal Sucks said that "Layers of Time," suggests that the album won’t be anticlimactic." then added, "It’s every bit as catchy as anything the band has ever released, sure, but catchy is where Lacuna Coil live. What sets the track apart from other entries in the Coil catalogue is its heaviness."
A music video directed by Robert "SaKu" Cinardi was released alongside the song on July 26th. It was shot inside a rural palace called Villa Arconati located in Bollate, a commune in Lombardy, a region of Italy.
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