From: Anchorage, AK, United States
Last Known Status: Active
36 Crazyfists, signed to Roadrunner records in 2002, debuted with their album titled "Bitterness the Star'" and did 2004's critically acclaimed "A Snow Capped Romance". They have their own unique sound, standing out most in vocalist Broc Lindow's voice. They recorded their debut and dedicated one of the songs to their original bass player who lost his life in a car accident.
36 Crazyfists may have suffered a loss, but that hasn't stop them from making music. They combine hard driven gutiars comparable to Killswitch Engage and vocals that are something of their own. 36 Crazyfists are showing the world that Alaska's not only known for eskimos, but also kick ass metal. 36 Crazyfists are definately a band to watch over the years. Who knows where they'll take their unique sound, comparable to Killswitch Engage, next?
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Hardcore metal hybrid All Hail The Yeti premieres a new song entitled "Mr. Murder", taken from the band's latest album "Screams From A Black Wilderness", out in stores now via Minus Head Records. The track features a guest turn from 36 Crazyfists frontman Brock Lindow.
Check out now "Mr. Murder" below.
New Jersey's Toothgrinder released "Nocturnal Masquerade" earlier this year and now the band will embark on the biggest tour of its career so far, opening for Killswitch Engage, Memphis May Fire, and label mates 36 Crazyfists through March and April.
Needless to say, the band is stoked about the opportunity to join this trek. "Being massive fans of Killswitch Engage since their inception, it is completely mind-blowing that we have the opportunity to travel the country with them and our good friends in 36 Crazyfists," singer Justin Matthews enthused.
He goes on to say, "If you were to tell any of us a few years - or even months ago - that we would be on this tour, we would have laughed in your face. We have something cool to offer everyone coming to see the tour. Our style is melodic, technical, and simple all wrapped in one, something that seems to encompass this entire package. It's going to be a wild ride and we cannot wait to get the festivities started." More...
Following Otep dropping off the Civil Unrest tour after accusing a member of Terror Universal of sexual harrasment, Ill Nino has now issued the following statement about the tour going on without either group:
"Ill Nino does not condone any forced act of violence or sexual nature towards any human beings, nor will we tolerate violations of one's personal space.
"This also goes for cyber-bullying, or making demeaning comments towards ANYONE on social media. We strongly support equality for all.
"We would like to draw closure by stating that the Civil Unrest Tour will continue without participation from either Otep or Terror Universal. We're looking forward to hitting the road, reuniting with our fans and friends, and also sharing the stage with our tour brothers, and sisters, Kittie & 36 Crazyfists. Stay tuned, more bands to be added!!"
The rejuvenated Alaskan rockers from 36 Crazyfists have premiered a video for "Swing the Noose" as part of Vevo's Metal Mondays. Watch the clip, directed by Kevin Custer, in the YouTube player below.
The song lives on the brand new album "Time and Trauma," which is the band's Spinefarm Records debut. 36 Crazyfists will spend the next several months on the road supporting the album. Dates are as follows:
5/9 - Lansing, MI - The Loft*
5/10 - Joliet, IL - Mojoes*
5/12 - Cleveland, OH - The Agora Theatre and Ballroom*
5/13 - Trenton, NJ - Championship Bar*
5/14 - Springfield, VA - Empire*
5/15 - Lemoyne, PA - The Champ*
5/16 - New York, NY - Webster Hall**
5/17 - Hartford, CT - Webster Theater**
5/19 - Montreal, QC - Bar Le Ritz PDB**
5/20 - Ottawa, ON - Mavericks**
5/22 - Toronto, ON - Hard Luck**
5/23 - Kokomo, IN - Centerstage Bar and Grill**
5/24 - Des Moines, IA - Vaudeville Mews**
5/25 - Denver, CO - Bluebird Theater
5/26 - Salt Lake City, UT - In The Venue**
**With Toothgrinder and Sleepwave More...
36 Crazyfists will release new album "Time and Trauma" via Spinefarm Records on Tuesday, February 17th.
To answer fan questions, the band will be participating in a Reddit AMA ("Ask Me Anything") session today from 1PM to 3PM ET at this location.
The band is also returning to the road in the Spring, touring the U.S. with Nonpoint and Five Finger Death Punch, respectively. Dates are as follows: More...
It's a cold, slushy, and wintry Monday.... depending on which part of the country you're residing in. Let's quit bemoaning the crappy weather and enjoy a little metallic heat, courtesy of 36 Crazyfists, which is premiering the brand new song "Swing the Noose" online.
Check out the track below, courtesy of Revolvermag.com. The song lives on "Time and Trauma," due out February 17th via Spinefarm Records.
36 Crazyfists will return to the road in the U.S. this Spring. Stay tuned for more updates on the itinerary. More...
36 Crazyfists will release upcoming new album "Time and Trauma" via Spinefarm Records on February 17th, 2015.
The band has also premiered the video for "Also Am I" online today, which is available courtesy of Metal Injection.
The clip is largely performance driven, so it's 36 Crazyfists in the band's most natural state. The clip was also filmed in the wilderness of Alaska and can be seen below. More...
Alaskan band 36 Crazyfists today reveals the cover for new album "Time and Trauma," due out February 17th via Spinefarm Records.
Fans can pre-order the digital album, which includes the instant grat track "Also Am I," at this location. 36 Crazyfists will also embark on a headline tour of Europe in February 2015. The tour aligns with the international release of the aforementioned sixth album, which marks the band's debut for new label Spinefarm Records.
"February can't come soon enough," said frontman Brock Lindow for obvious reasons, being the album release and the tour. More...
Like a bear native to the Alaskan tundra, 36 Crazyfists has emerged from a four year recording hibernation and signed a worldwide deal with Spinefarm Records.
The band is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year and new album "Time and Trauma," is due out in February of 2015.
"We have found a new home at Spinefarm Records and although the label is new to us, some of the staff are old friends and we couldn't be more grateful to unleash the beast that is Time and Trauma with their help," said frontman Brock Lindow. "20 years in and it feels like Spinefarm is a killer home to hang our hats. See you all on the road in 2015!"
Spinefarm Senior Director of Marketing Tim Brennan echoed that sentiment, saying, "We are thrilled to have 36 Crazyfists be part of the growing Spinefarm family! They are a genuine band of brothers that has grinded for 20 years to create a truly committed fanbase. Time and Trauma is an incredible way to begin the next 20 years for the band."
36 Crazyfists released debut "Bitterness the Star" via Roadrunner Records in 2002. The follow-up, 2004's "A Snow Capped Romance," is largely considered a sleeper classic in the post-hardcore realm. The band also released several additionally beloved albums, including "Rest Inside the Flames" (2006) via the now-defunct DRT Entertainment, as well as "The Tide and Its Takers" (2008) and "Collisions and Castaways" through Ferret Music. The coming Spinefarm debut is the band's first album in four years and the first since "Collisions and Castaways," released in 2010. Catch the band live on these dates: More...
Incite - Richie Cavalera’s musical middle finger to society - is set to take the states by storm this Fall on a newly announced tour with 36 Crazyfists, Skinlab, and All Hail the Yeti.
The tour kicks off on October 31st in South Lake Tahoe, CA. The tour hits 20 western and central U.S. cities before wrapping up in Chico, CA on November 23rd. See below for a full listing of dates.
“So fired up to be doing a US tour with such killer bands,” states Richie Cavalera. “It’s going to be a rager every night. We want to see all of you in the pit! The tour kicks-off Halloween night and hits all the killer spots throughout the west coast and midwest. We’re ready to make some new fans and friends.” More...
Following a U.S. live assault earlier this Fall, California act Armed For Apocalypse is currently leveling stages throughout the U.K. supporting 36 Crazyfists. With the price of travel continually escalating, the band launched a Kickstarter program to help fund airfare and hit the funding goal before deadline, a true testament to the dedication of fans globally.
Comments lead guitarist Cayle Hunter: "This European tour is the biggest of our lives and we've put together the most intense live set we've ever toured on for it. We plan on being on the verge of dying at the end of every set not only because we are so honored to play in front of new faces with 36 Crazyfists, Hatebreed and Napalm Death, but because we feel everyone that contributed to our Kickstarter to get us here deserves nothing less. We will NEVER forget who got us here! We are going to end 2013 with our blood on the stage, head home, recover and get ready for what is shaping up to be an incredible 2014." More...
Alaskan metalcore act 36 Crazyfists have released the full list of dates for it upcoming headline tour of the United Kingdom. You can view all of the dates, cities and venues below.
09/30 Colchester, UK – Arts Centre
10/01 Oxford, UK – O2 Academy
10/02 Brighton, UK – Concorde 2
10/04 Exeter, UK – Lemon Grove
10/05 Portsmouth, UK – Wedgewood Rooms
10/06 Bournemouth, UK – Firestation
10/07 Bristol, UK – O2 Academy 2
10/08 York, UK – Fibbers
10/09 Nottingham, UK – Rescue Rooms
10/11 Sheffield, UK – Corporation
10/12 Newcastle, UK – O2 Academy
10/13 Glasgow, UK – King Tuts
10/14 Dundee, UK – Doghouse
10/15 Aberdeen, UK – Tunnels
10/16 Manchester, UK – Manchester Club Academy
10/18 Leeds, UK – Cockpit
10/19 Stoke, UK – Sugarmill
10/20 Norwich, UK – Waterfront
10/21 London, UK – O2 Islington Academy
10/22 Birmingham, UK – O2 Academy 2
Alaskan metalcore act 36 Crazyfists and MetaHammer have teamed up to post the band's new music video online. The video was shot for the track "Reviver" and appears on the band's 2010 release "Collisions And Castaways." The video comprises of live and behind-the-scenes footage taken during the band's recent European tour.
You can view the video at this location.
American heavy metal group Devildriver has announced that htey will be heading across the Atlantic next month for a series of headlining shows in Europe. Joining them on the trek will be 36 Crazyfists. A message from the band reads as follows:
"DevilDriver is coming to Europe once again. Starting November 5th, we start things off with the biggest DevilDriver shows to hit the UK to date.
"We've got our good friends 36 Crazyfists sharing the stage with us throughout the tour. We've all had some time off in the last few weeks to recharge the batteries. Miller spent some time in Mexico diving with sharks and I just got home from Maui. Rehearsals for the tour are going to start soon and we are looking forward to seeing all of you."
The tour dates are as follows: More...
Alaskan metalcore act 36 Crazyfists has issued the following update, concerning the band's decision to cancel the remainder of its headlining tour with Straight Line Stitch.
"Unfortunate turn of events for the 36 CF camp , after 3 weeks of the Stashe n Thrash tour we regret the cancellation of the rest of the shows. After the fourth breakdown of our touring vehicle we have no other choice but to cancel as our financial debt has made it impossible to conitnue on. We apologize to our amazing fans and want to thank everyone who supported the tour. We will see ya next trek out."
Alaskan metalcore act 36 Crazyfists have added a long list of new dates to their current run in support of their latest offering "Collisions & Castaways." Support on the new dates will come from Stright Line Stitch and Taking Dawn.
36 Crazyfists tour dates:
September 16 – Seattle, WA - El Corazon
September 17 – Portland, OR - Peters Room
September 19 – Santa Clara, CA - Avalon
September 20 – Las Vegas, NV - The Farm
September 21 – Los Angeles, CA - The Whiskey
September 22 – San Diego, CA - Brick By Brick
September 24 – Tempe, AZ - Nile
September 25 – Farmington, NM - Gators
September 26 – Lubbock, TX - Jake’s
September 27 – Dallas, TX - Trees
September 28 – San Antonio, TX Scout Bar
September 29 – Houston, TX - Scout Bar
October 2 – Tampa, FL - The State
October 3 – Jacksonville, FL - Brewster’s
October 5 – Atlanta, GA - Masquerade
October 6 – Charleston, NC - Oasis
October 7 – Fayetteville, NC - Rock Shop
October 8 – West Springfield, VA - Jaxx
October 9 – Vineland, NJ - Hanger 84
October 10 – Philadelphia, PA - Poloris
October 12 – Providence, RI - Club Hell
October 13 – Pittsburgh, PA - Alter Bar
October 17 – Minneapolis, MN - Roberts off 10
October 19 – St Louis, MO - Pops
October 21 – Omaha, NE - Sokol Underground
October 22 – Denver, CO - Marquis Theatre
October 23 – Colorado Springs, CO - Black Sheep
"Collisions and Castaways," the new album from 36 Crazyfists, debuted at #3 on the SoundScan New Artist chart, landing in as the #1 debut in new additions this week. The album charted at #18 on the SoundScan Hard Music chart, and #143 on the overall Top 200 chart. The new album was released by Ferret Music on July 27th.
36 Crazyfists is currently on the road with Straight Line Stitch and Dirge Within. The remaining tour dates are as follows:
8/6-Couer D’ Alene, ID @ The Grail Event Center
8/7-Olympia, WA @ The Vault
British heavy metal icons Iron Maiden have been confirmed as the headlining act for next year's edition of Australia's Soundwave festival. Also on the bill will be American thrash metal legends Slayer, shock rocker Rob Zombie, hardcore outfit Terror and former Guns N Roses guitarist Slash amongst others. Iron Maiden will also perform two arena shows in February.
The tour dates are as follows: More...
After a month with Gwar, Chicago's Dirge Within begins a new string of dates with 36 Crazyfists and label mates Straight Line Stitch. The currently announced dates are as follows:
7/28 Albany, NY @ Bogies
7/30 Grand Rapids, MI @ The Intersection
7/31 Dayton, OH @ McGuffy’s House of Rock
8/01 Lake Station, IN @ Lake Station Eagles Club
8/03 Englewood, CO @ Gothic Theatre
8/04 Salt Lake City, UT @ Club Vegas
8/05 Boise, ID @ The Venue
8/06 Coeur D’Alene, ID @ The Grail Event Center
8/07 Tacoma, WA @ Hell’s Kitchen