"Trip The Darkness
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"Trip the Darkness" is a song by Italian recording band Lacuna Coil, from their sixth studio album Dark Adrenaline (2012). The song was written by Lacuna Coil, while production of the song was handled by Don Gilmore. The song was given its first play on Sirius XM on September 19, 2011, and was released as the first single from the album on October 17, 2011, in Europe and on October 18, 2011, in the United States. "Trip the Darkness" was met with a positive reception from the fans, who praised the return of the band to the original dark sound. This single has been remixed for the soundtrack to Underworld: Awakening.
The dark drawn cover artwork for the single shows a little girl was designed by the bassist of the band Marco Coti Zelati, he did the illustration of the cover for the single which underlines how personal the song is to the band.
"Trip the Darkness" has received a largely positive reception from critics and fans alike upon release. Liz Ramanand from Loudwire gave the song 4 stars out of 5 and called the song a "dark yet very poetic track" whilst praising it for being "almost like an Edgar Alan Poe poem put to music". Kaj Nocturnal from theblackflag gave the song 10 stars out of 10, saying that "it's unlike anything ever released by the band" and concluded "this is the best work they have ever done".
In the United States, "Trip the Darkness" debuted on the US Active rock chart in top 40 on November 9, 2011 but peaking at #23 on February 11, 2012. On December 9 "Trip the Darkness" won in the "metal/hard rock" category on iTunes Italy. "Trip The Darkness" is number 2 in Loudwire.com's Top Rock Songs of 2011. It also debuted at #28 on the US Mainstream Rock Tracks chart on February 4, 2012.
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