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When that tour came to Baltimore, Md., Live Metal’s Greg Maki sat down with Scabbia and Andrea Ferro, the band’s other singer, to talk about life on the road, Dark Adrenaline, Lacuna Coil’s longevity and more.) But really, really good. CRISTINA: Yeah, actually, we walked around where the port is, that area, the harbor. CRISTINA: I just noticed today there is a street full of strip clubs, and I never noticed that because we always walk (the opposite) direction. Does anybody in the band have any bad habits that really get on your nerves when you’re out on tour? But there are some things we do, some things we say, things that we scream to get even more focused on the show. That’s probably because we have different metabolism—we’re just different—but they always have to wait a few hours before they get hungry again. As soon as we come back to the bus, I need to have dinner, always.Everything was good—good vibe, good turnout at the shows, great reactions. And we also got the chance to kind of cut this tour in three parts, which made it easier to take. We’ve been walking around the area, so nothing too massive of a walk, but we know that area pretty well. I was looking for a completely different store, and I was like, where am I? CRISTINA: I think it’s not about having bad habits, it’s just that sharing such limited space for like 10, sometimes 14, 15 people, you get to a point, especially after a long tour, you get to a point where everything gets on your nerves, whatever that is—the volume on the TV too high or somebody not putting back the stuff where it’s supposed to be. I like to keep it clean just because it’s our house. ANDREA: It’s mostly stuff to get charged, to get that extra charge for the show, or to get more focus. ANDREA: Everybody kind of does his own thing, and then together, right before we go onstage, we meet and do that little thing. ANDREA: I think that the best thing is to keep it quiet.We went to South America as headliners, then we’ve been out with Sevendust since before South America, and now Sevendust and Coal Chamber. ANDREA FERRO: We’ve had a good relationship with the other bands. It’s been long, but it’s also been a different kind of promotion for the band because we played a lot of shows for radio. So whenever somebody’s cooking or preparing something and doesn’t put away the stuff and leaves it open on the counter, that makes me flip out. I’m very unorganized, and I have always a lot of stuff on the bus. ANDREA: But to be fair, I would notice that it’s more with the crew. The band, more or less, nobody is particularly super in disorder, while the crew sometimes creates more mess than the band. We’re more, probably, used to cleaning up after ourselves compared to the American or British crew that we have. After the show, you want to relax and stay on your own, get changed. But right after, I like to be kind of sitting alone and relax, take your time, let the adrenaline come down.Especially in the first part of the tour where it was just us and Sevendust, we did a lot of territories we’ve never done. CRISTINA: Even stupid stuff like using plastic forks, plastic spoons and put them in the sink to wash. CRISTINA: Besides saying hi to the beloved ones, I can’t wait to get a real pizza. We played in New Jersey, and it was very, very similar to the Italian ones, so that was a treat.And then this tour is more the big cities, the classic markets. But I can’t wait to just lay on my bed and get my food.The other one was really some places we’ve never been, and there was local radio all the time, so it was something that helped us explore a different kind of territory for us. ANDREA: What you miss the most—besides, of course, the family—is your environment, your restroom, your bed—the most normal things are what you miss when you’re on tour.We think we found the right balance with the last album between what was more our signature sound from the past and a more up-to-date direction, something that could be fresh in 2012 when we released it.
It’s something you enjoy even more when you’re home.ANDREA: We’re still pretty happy with the album because we play the songs live and they have a very good reaction, the people sing all the lyrics.