‘Thousand Foot Krutch’ – Lyric Video for New Song ‘Incomplete’ Released


TFK_2015Thousand Foot Krutch (often abbreviated TFK just released a brand new song ‘Incomplete’, which appears on their upcoming album “Exhale”. Check out the lyric video for ‘Incomplete’ below.

TFK is a Canadian rock band formed in 1995. They have released eight albums, one live album and three remix albums. Singer Trevor McNevan and drummer Steve Augustine are also members of their own side project band called FM Static and Joel Bruyere started his own solo project called The Drawing Room in 2009. The band has sold a million albums.

Oxygen is essential to sustaining life, and that element is at the core of Thousand Foot Krutch’s new record. “Oxygene:Inhale” has been released worldwide on Augustus 24 through TFK music.

“Oxygen is our lifeline,” lead singer Trevor McNevan says. “While writing, I dug deep into what ‘oxygen’ really represented. I thought about our faith, our human nature, the many different walks of life we all lead, and the fact that universally all of us breathe in and out and rely on oxygen every minute of every day to stay alive.”

After nearly a decade as one of Tooth & Nail Records’ top selling artists, TFK once again blazed their own path through uncharted territory to become one hundred percent independent. The recording of “The End Is Where We Begin” (2012) was completely funded through a Kickstarter campaign that shattered all expectations and propelled the album to number one on the Billboard Hard Rock chart.
Thousand Foot Krutch’s music has always been enveloped with heat and energy. The interplay between the pulsing bass, courtesy of Joel Bruyere, and pounding drums of Steve Augustine are the backbone over which Trevor spits out some of the most rapid fire and melodic lyrics in rock and roll. While musically “heavy,”they’ve always veered more towards the funk of Rage Against the Machine while simultaneously incorporating the fast-paced, rhythmic singing of Michael Jackson circa the Bad days. “The End Is Where We Begin” was not only the start of a new chapter for the band, but one of those rare albums that delivered exactly what the fans wanted, and something that would be difficult to top.

Fast forward two years and over 250 shows, TFK reunited with Aaron Sprinkle (who co-produced 2003’s “Phenomenon,” 2009’s “Welcome To The Masquerade,” and “The End Is Where We Begin”) to once again co-produce alongside front man Trevor McNevan.

Trevor describes the sound of“Oxygene:Inhale” as being a “natural evolution” for the band. In an era where even the nightly news can be auto-tuned, the band rejected all the studio trickery that has come to define much of modern music, rock and roll included, and relied instead on solid performances.

“We wanted to make a raw rock record,” he says. “We decided to strip away all the background sounds and popular over-production, so that what you hear are just the instruments and the voice.”

The music itself is also given room to breathe. It has the raw and organic feel of something being performed in the same room. You hear fingers sliding along the guitar fret board, the metallic ring of cymbals, and vocals that sound like they’re two feet away. The band is stripped down to the bare bones, the core elements of guitar, bass, drums, and vocals. Although there are the adrenaline fueled rock songs TFK has become known for,“Oxygene:Inhale” is the first TFK album that dares to lower the volume on a few songs and allow the melodies and words to soar. Even fans that have followed the group since day one will be hearing a new side of them.

“We make music for everyone,” Trevor says, “and hopefully there’s something on this record that everyone can relate to.”


Upcoming Shows:
Feb 12 Vinyl at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas Las Vegas, NV
Feb 20 Axes & Anchors Cruise w/ Tony MacAlpine Miami, FL
Mar 17 Sentrum Kiev, Ukraine

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Video below: ‘Incomplete’

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