36 CRAZYFISTS To Enter Studio At The End Of The Month

Alaska's 36 CRAZYFISTS are set to enter a Fort Lauderdale, Florida studio on May 28 to begin recording their sophomore album for a tentative fall release through Roadrunner Records.

The band will be collaborating with producer James Wisner, who has worked with such post-hardcore acts as DASHBOARD CONFESSIONAL and FURTHER SEEMS FOREVER. Veteran British knob-twiddler Andy Sneap (MACHINE HEAD, SKINLAB, KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, ARCH ENEMY, OPETH) has been recruited to mix the CD, which is scheduled to be completed in July.

Says 36 CRAZYFISTS singer Brock Lindow: "This sophomore effort will definitely be a more aggressive and dynamic feeling record" than the group's debut, last year's "Bitterness The Star".

Among the tracks set to be included on the forthcoming effort are "Bloodwork" and "At The End Of August".


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