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36 Crazyfists

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36 Crazyfists are a metalcore/nu metal band from Anchorage, Alaska. Their sound is characterised by unique vocals and intelligent songwriting.

They were originally signed by Roadrunner Records. In 2006 they signed to the DRT Entertainment label for American distribution of "Rest Inside The Flames", as Roadrunner US kept pushing the release date back. They remained on Roadrunner UK label, where they received good support in Europe. In July of 2007, the band signed to Ferret Records on a wordwide deal. Read more on Last.fm

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Sunday Slaylist: IT SNOWED!!!111!!

February 5th, 2012

Guess The Snowy Album Cover? Thrash Hits

Look, we’re a bit tired, we’ve foolishly agreed to cook Sunday lunch today, and we still have to trudge down the shops to buy a big slab of meat to cook for it. With much of the UK currently under 2 inches of snow, can you blame us for going with an obvious topic this Sunday? That’s why we’ve gone for the bleedingly obvious choice of a Winter-themed Sunday Slaylist.

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What do these bands have in common? aka 22 bands announced for Download 2010

March 23rd, 2010

So what have all these bands got in common? They’ve all been “officially” announce for Donwload 2010? Hurrah! (Please remember to divide your excitement by how much you’ve been paying attention to the rumour mill). ETC ETC. What? You want the actual band names? Then you better check after the jump then, shouldn’t you?

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2008 into 2009: 36 Crazyfists

December 9th, 2008

There was this one time when Brock Lindow stood between us and the sun. We were plunged into darkness but the massive 36 Crazyfists frontman won’t be giving us The Fear this time. Oh no. Piss off, you giant Alaskan! Ha!

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What was your highlight of 2008?
Hanging with Testament at Download.

What’s the worst thing that happened to you in 2008?
Touring in a van for five months.

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