12 Songs, 46 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

After nearly a quarter century as a band, 36 Crazyfists have a tried-and-true recipe for metalcore success: airtight songwriting, infectious metallic hooks, and singer Brock Lindow’s melodic, emotional delivery. On their seventh album, the Alaska natives lay bare their personal struggles on thrashy pit stomper “Wars to Walk Away From,” the Harry Potter-inspired riff ride “Death Eater,” and aggro bass bomber “Damaged Under Sun.” Meanwhile, soaring centerpiece “Sea and Smoke” and melancholy ballad “Dark Corners” offer poignant glimpses of the band’s sensitive side.

EDITORS’ NOTES

After nearly a quarter century as a band, 36 Crazyfists have a tried-and-true recipe for metalcore success: airtight songwriting, infectious metallic hooks, and singer Brock Lindow’s melodic, emotional delivery. On their seventh album, the Alaska natives lay bare their personal struggles on thrashy pit stomper “Wars to Walk Away From,” the Harry Potter-inspired riff ride “Death Eater,” and aggro bass bomber “Damaged Under Sun.” Meanwhile, soaring centerpiece “Sea and Smoke” and melancholy ballad “Dark Corners” offer poignant glimpses of the band’s sensitive side.

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