Alaska's 36 CRAZYFISTS will release their new album, "Lanterns", on September 29 through Spinefarm Records. It is their second release for the label and the follow-up to 2015's "Time And Trauma".
Music often functions as that proverbial light at the end of the tunnel and provides shelter during any storm and calm in the middle of tumult. 36 CRAZYFISTS understand this phenomenon firsthand. In fact, the Anchorage quartet — Brock Lindow (vocals), Steve Holt (guitar), Mick Whitney (bass), and Kyle Baltus (drums) — finds catharsis within chaos on its aptly titled seventh full-length.
The band has shared the first track from the record in the form of "Death Eater". Listen to the song below.
Lindow said about the track: "It's a reflection of self and the dwellings of rock bottom, discovering the tools to dig yourself out, and refusing to let yourself free fall into the abyss of hopelessness. Love, forgive, and never give in. In fact, 'Lanterns' is about the fight within us all... forever refusing to sink."
"Lanterns" track listing:
01. Death Eater
02. Wars To Walk Away From
03. Better To Burn
04. Damaged Under Sun
05. Sea And Smoke
06. Where Revenge Ends
08. Bandage For Promise
09. Laying Hands
10. Below The Graves
11. Old Gold
12. Dark Corners
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