Oct 072019

Thousand Foot Krutch checked in with the following:

We’ve been so excited to bring this limited edition, double vinyl run of “The End Is Where We Begin” to you! Not only are we vinyl fans as well, but this particular album, marked the first album in our journey of going independent and doing this hand in hand w all of you. It seemed like there was no better choice but then to choose this album to commemorate that!

This double LP set features “The End Is Where We Begin” on the first LP, and a collection of remixes on the second LP. These alternate mixes have never before been released on vinyl. Both LPs are on transparent red colour vinyl, and will be limited to a maximum of 1,000 copies worldwide.

“The End Is Where We Begin” Deluxe version will be released on December 13th 2019. Continue reading »

Sep 182017

The first live-in-concert album in six years from rock favorites Thousand Foot Krutch, “Untraveled Roads,” is released  on Sept. 15 amidst acclaim on TFK Music with management, marketing, sales and distribution through The Fuel Music. The album is available now at iTunes, Amazon.com and Spotify, select Best Buy and Walmart store locations, and wherever great rock music is sold internationally.

“Untraveled Roads” was recorded in front of more than 462,000 music fans packing stadiums coast-to-coast earlier this year and experiencing TFK delivering its high-octane hits spanning the trio of independently-released, widely-acclaimed albums“Exhale” (2016), “Oxygen:Inhale” (2014) and “The End Is Where We Begin” (2012). Included on the 12-song recording are eight of the band’s last nine Active Rock radio singles, including‘Courtesy Call,’ ‘Running With Giants,’ ‘War Of Change,’ ‘Push,’ ‘Let The Sparks Fly,’ ‘Born This Way,’ ‘Light Up The Sky’, ‘A Different Kind Of Dynamite’  and the title track, ‘Untraveled Road,’ which TFK unveiled as the first live-in-concert video from the project (video below). Continue reading »

Jul 112017

Rock favorite Thousand Foot Krutch packs its biggest hits spanning the trio of independently-released, widely-acclaimed albums “Exhale” (2016), “Oxygen:Inhale” (2014) and “The End Is Where We Begin” (2012) into the power-packed, live-in-concert recording, “Untraveled Roads.” Featuring eight of the band’s last nine Active Rock radio songs, the 12-track album releases independently worldwide Sept. 15 on TFK Music and with management, marketing, sales and distribution through The Fuel Music.

TFK band members Trevor McNevan (lead vocals/songwriter), Joel Bruyere (bass) and Steve Augustine (drummer), along with tour guitarist Andrew Welch, deliver a raw, stadium-shaking live experience on “Untraveled Roads.” The album was recorded during this year’s 46-city Winter Jam Tour Spectacular, the fourth largest first quarter tour in the world (Pollstar) that was attended by nearly 500,000 people.

“This album really captures that high-octane energy and electricity you’re meant to have at a TFK show, giving our new and old friends a taste of what these last three albums sound and feel like!” remarks McNevan, one of the most charismatic and versatile frontmen in rock music today. “The live aspect has always been a big part of who we are as a band, and what people have come to expect from us.” Continue reading »

Thousand Foot Krutch – “Exhale”

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Aug 242016

Exhale_2016_72fThousand Foot Krutch’s Exhale (2016), a companion record to 2014’s Oxygen: Inhale, is a good sounding record: it fits the intended mold – radio-friendly hard rock with an encouraging message. The song structures are what you would expect from this band, but what was stand- out was the gritty, dark, down-tuned guitars tinted with some good ole’ Southern twang. Certainly there were some metallic moments in the chugging of the guitars but what makes the record shine is the production, courtesy Aaron Sprinkle.

The sound, and the spacing of all the tracks was clean and accessible. All the layers are easily heard and they stay that way. Perhaps the ear dulls a little after the record gets going, for sometimes in excellent production values some other values are dispensed, such as musical variety and complexity. Every song was predictable in its flow and structure (which clearly is what they are going for!), but one looking for juicy details to dig into and re-listen to – as to find depth and meaning – perhaps will not find such things on this album.
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