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ARTiST : 36 Crazyfists
ALBUM : The Tide And Its Takers
LABEL : Ferret
GENRE : Metal
1. The All Night Lights 3:31
2. We Gave It Hell 3:12
3. The Back Harlow Road 4:10
4. Clear The Coast 3:22
5. Waiting On A War 4:07
6. Only A Year Or So... 3:39
7. Absent Are The Saints 3:50
8. Vast And Vague 4:14
9. When Distance Is The Closest Reminder 3:45
10. Northern November 5:00
11. The Tide And Its Takers 4:02
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36 Crazyfists is evidence that there's a beauty in isolation, a newfound purpose
from even the worst of tragedies, and that heavy metal and hard rock music
doesn't have to be all doom and gloom to have power.
Like the Jackie Chan flick from which they take their name, 36 Crazyfists brings
an action-packed attack with a smile, injecting an infectious enthusiasm into
their unique blend of crushing rhythms and soaring melodies. All of the rage and
venom you'd expect is intact, of course, but there's a depth and dynamic that is
too often absent from the style that is inherent to everything 36 Crazyfists is
Now an integral part of the ever-expanding Ferret Music family, 36 Crazyfists is
set to enter the studio with guitarist Steve Holt at the helm to record the
followup to the fan-beloved Rest Inside the Flames. New songs promise to further
expand and develop their sound, with the band's patented twists and turns which
already earned them favor amongst fans of bands like Thursday and Thrice
ensuring that none of it sounds contrived, copied or otherwise rehashed from
"Anchorage, Alaska has a small music scene," explains vocalist Brock Lindow.
"Pretty much everyone knows each other. Growing up there shaped us to be aware
of the beauties of isolation and creating your own self. We had MTV just like
everyone else, but as people, we adapted to dark winters and summers where the
sun never went down. That in itself created so many amazing rituals and memories
of the season."
From the band's beginnings in 1994, they set out to create honest music that
draws from many places without sounding like any other band in particular. After
their original bass player died in a tragic automobile accident, the band
relocated to Portland, Oregon and continued on, ever more determined to make
their music heard.
The guys in Bay Area metal band Skinlab alerted the A&R department at Roadrunner
Records to 36 Crazyfists, who released their first album, Bitterness the Star,
in 2002. A Snow Capped Romance followed two years later, supported on tours with
Killswitch Engage (whose early releases were issued by Ferret) and Poison the
Well (who are now on Ferret).
Rest Inside the Flames delivered tenfold on the promise of the first two albums,
showcasing Lindow's impressive range alongside the skillful and fluid playing of
Holt, drummer Thomas Noonan, and bass player Mick Whitney. Throngs of fans
across Europe and North America have embraced the band. Andy Sneap is scheduled
to mix the band's as-yet untitled Ferret Music debut, which promises to be turn
even more heads than before.
"I hope people can look at 36 Crazyfists as a group that came from a place where
no one gets out of musically, who saw the world and made music that was creative
and in some form, unique," says Lindow. "And I think the greatest thing
alongside that is to gain the respect of your peers."