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In February 2008, Kath said his aim was to "..the most annoying sounds ever [for Alice to] scream over and then we’ll try to open for Melt Banana".
Later in the year Lies Records collected most of the vinyl singles and released them on CD and 12" vinyl for the first time, along with many previously unreleased tracks and three songs recorded just for the collection which made their debut album.
As Kath had declared, some of the tracks, including "XXZXCUZX ME", were deliberately designed to be grating.
This eponymous debut album was included in NME's "Top 100 Greatest Albums of the Decade" list at number 39.
The group's second album, released variously as "Crystal Castles", "Crystal Castles (II)", and simply "(II)", was released on May 24, 2010.
In April 2010, an early mix of the album leaked, prompting the label to release prior to the originally-planned date of June.
Third single "Not in Love", featuring Robert Smith from The Cure, became the band's highest charting single to date.
Crystal Castles headlined the Shockwaves NME Awards Tour 2011 in the United Kingdom while singer Alice Glass suffered from a broken ankle.
Oh no Oh no Oh nooooooooo We can pull a map out detailing the direct route Young ones grow anxious to proclaim their advances to the fray If we don't wake up and the truth never comes up You will never have our old lane, you will never have a right of way Oh no [x8] Hey-oh! Oh nooooooooo Where do all the lovers meet with one another, In an effort to uncover what has happened to the silent days?
They are named after the lyrics "The fate of the world is safe in Crystal Castles" and "Crystal Castles, the source of all power" both from the theme song for She-Ra's fortress.
Alice Glass served as the lead vocalist for the group since its foundation until 2014.
The album was moderately successful charting in the UK at number 48, the US at number 188 and number 25 in Australia.
The first two singles were "Celestica" and "Baptism".
The accusations detail events starting when Glass was 15 and began recording with Kath, and escalated until her eventual departure from Crystal Castles.