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Her favourite colours are red, white and black (all equally) and her favourite Lacuna Coil album is Unleashed Memories.
She loves "black voices" and her favourite singers are Tori Amos and Skye of Morcheeba.
She made a duet with the important Italian songwriter Franco Battiato in the song "I'm that" (2004) and she sang with him in a concert in Milan in 2005 (the concert can be watched on the DVD "Un soffio al cuore di natura elettrica").
Also she can be heard on the single "Can you hear me" of the Italian rock band Rezophonic.
Italian vocalist best known as the lead singer of the Italian gothic metal band Lacuna Coil. Cristina Scabbia's parents name not available right now. All information about his private life is hidden or stays unknown, so it’s difficult to say if he has a wife or children.
She has also appeared as a guest vocalist on a number of metal albums. Cristina Scabbia's primary income source is being a successful Metal Singer. She and her close friend Vinnie Paul became co-authors of an advice column for the rock magazine Revolver. COM, Cristina Scabbia is ranked in the list of most popular and Richest celebrities.
Originally signing with the Century Media branch located in Germany, Lacuna Coil joined up with the American branch of the label.
Even before the first album's release in 1997, they began to tour.
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Cristina Adriana Chiara Scabbia (Italian pronunciation: [krisˈtiːna adriˈaːna ˈkjaːra ˈskabbja]; born 6 June 1972, Milan) is an Italian singer and lyricist, best known as one of the two vocalists in the Italian Gothic metal band Lacuna Coil.
She also writes an advice column in the popular rock magazine Revolver, alongside musician Vinnie Paul.
In 2006 Scabbia and all her bandmates appeared, with many Italian bands, in Rezophonic's videoclip "L'uomo di plastica".
She appeared on a remake of A Tout Le Monde on the upcoming Megadeth album United Abominations. All user-contributed text on this page is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License; additional terms may apply.