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What the others say about 36 Crazyfists

Posted on February 12, 2008

What others are saying (i.e. not one of the following words come from our trap): “Hardcore kids, metal kids, punk kids, and mainstream kids will find a common ground with this record! Kids will dig this record period! And for you adult/kids like me you’ll love spinning it too! 10 out of 10….one of those records that catches you immediately!” – www.megakungfu.com “With aspects of hardcore, emo, heavy metal, and just flat out rock and roll, 36 Crazyfists really captivates you to a point of awe. Add the unique vocals of Brock Lindow and you have yourself one very interesting combination.” www.digital-noise.net “Brock has one of the most unique voices out there giving the band a signature sound unlike any other. The energy of their live show clearly escalates. See for yourself. Brock had a wound on his forehead and a black eye when we sat down with him to discuss the release of the album, Anchorage, Alaska, and life on the road for their first ever nationwide tour.” www.noizepollution.com “They attracted me from the first time I heard the opener, “Turns to Ashes” with Hatebreed-type screams and a chorus sounding like Our Lady Peace in many ways.” www.soulineyes.com “BITTERNESS THE STAR, is an absolute must for your collection.” – www.eastcoastromper.com “9 out of 10” – www.nosebleed17.com “4 stars” – allmusicguide.com “Putting their own unique twist on the current metal sound, 36 Crazyfists rise out from the frozen tundra of Alaska to put the state on the metal map.” www.rockrage.com “36 Crazyfists introduces their own spin on modern metal fusion, juggling a collection of varied influences with outright accessibility.” www.uraniummusic.com “This album is still one of the finest hard rock/metal debuts in a good while.” www.ink19.com “The amazing thing about Bitterness The Star is that it just fills you up with energy, the energy that makes you want to scream every lyric to every song.” www.noozi.com “4 stars” – www.undevoured.com “With their roadrunner debut “Bitterness The Star”, this band have shown an enormous amount of emotion and creativity that could possibly put Alaska on the music map.” www.inverse-music.com “36 Crazyfists’ sonically challenging debut, Bitterness The Star, is a startling venture into heavy emo-driven aggressiveness.” www.the-eko.com


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