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Great album but they need to look back at what made their old stuff so great!

Most metal bands of which I have collected many albums can be seen to become more melodic and softer as they progress.
Disturbed and System of a Down are two notable examples.

Not so with 36 Crazyfists.

It may take a few listens but "In the Midnights" "Reviver" and "Anchors" have that characteristic mix of sung and screamed vocals that people love them for. A bit more of this mixing would be nice instead of heavy screaming then singing seeming so distant.

Though not as stunning as Their last few albums it is undoubtably the 36.
Worth it for a fan or anyone who likes some good metal :)

Best album to date!!

Ok so I've seen alot of reviews and alot of the responses are "it's ok" but in my opinion this is the deepest, most technical and most creative album Steve Holt and the crew have ever produced. I've literally listened to the whole album on repeat over a dozen times and not one song bores me. The intro for "In the Midnights" is so epic I had to keep rewinding back just to hear the awesome double kicks, "Caving in Spirals" is I think the best song, and the instrumental "Long roads to Late nights" shows a new softer but more mature side to 36 Crazyfists, if I had my way I'd be seeing them everyday live, hurry up and bring out more albums, and tour Australia more often... :P

Not sold on this album

Sorry guys but this album feels bland compared to the strong sound and vocals from your previous albums. Go back to Bitterness the Star and Rest Inside the Flames. These albums are a tribute to this bands greatness. Collisions and Castaways... Is and always will be a dud album.


Formed: December, 1994 in Anchorage, AK

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Equal parts emo and metal, Portland, OR, quartet 36 Crazyfists -- named after a Jackie Chan movie -- comprised members Brock Lindow (vocals), Steve Holt (guitar/vocals), Mick Whitney (bass), and Thomas Noonan (drums). Originally formed in December of 1994 in Anchorage, AK, the quartet played out locally before relocating to Portland (after the death of their original bassist), opening up for the likes of System of a Down, Primus, blink-182, and NOFX, among others. The quartet eventually signed to...
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