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After years as a flagship Tooth & Nail act, Thousand Foot Krutch goes the independent route on The End Is Where We Begin. The Canadian Christian trio turns the project into a reaffirmation of its strengths, serving up hip-hop grooves, meaty rock riffage, and solid melodic content in fresh combinations. As before, frontman Trevor McNevan proves himself a lyricist capable of both anthemic hooks and nuanced content, whether he’s delivering a fervent alter call (“Let the Sparks Fly”), confessing his brokenness (the title tune), or rebuking the Prince of Darkness (“Fly on the Wall”). Longtime TFK fans will hear echoes of the band’s rapcore roots in “Light Up the Sky,” as well as a sharpened metal edge (complete with harsh singing!) on “We Are.” Amid the blistering guitar volleys and shout-along choruses are powerful expressions of spiritual hunger and transformation, with the acoustic ballad “So Far Gone” and the minor-key rocker “Courtesy Call” standing out for their emotional impact. The End Is Where We Begin manages to tie together its diverse sonic strands with unflagging energy and a sense of commitment.

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End of one era, beginning of a new one!

Thousand foot Krutch are heroes of rock! Their songs are so catchy and pumped up for God. With WTTM they had a more polished hard rock sound, but with this they opted for a rock/rap record. Does it beat the previous record? Well, just like last time, lets do a song by song review.
The Intro 5/5 I have to say that this is the single, coolest intro to a CD ever! WELCOME YOU HAVE ACTIVATED ALL SYSTEMS, DEACTIVATION IS NOT AN OPTION!
We Are: 5/5 This song pounds the guitars and is the closest thing to a metal song you can get from these guys, complete with harsh singing in the bridge!
Light Up the Sky: 4.5/5 Not a favourite a first listen, but it has grown on me. The rapping just took a bit to get used to.
The End is Where We Begin: 5/5 The title track is one of the best on the record. You mistake it for another rock song with the blaring guitars, but it quickly becomes a softer pop/rock song in no time.
Let the Sparks Fly: 5/5 This is another in your face song like Fire it Up from the last record. It's a fervent altar call that calls sinners where they are and says, "Let me take you into the light, there's nothing but darkenss left here."
I Get Wicked: 4/5 Not a favourite, bascially because of the word wicked, but I get what they are saying. It's about spiritual warfare. He's saying to the devil, "Don't push me, because get wicked if you come against me. Come step up, I'll bring you down!"
Be Somebody: 5/5 The first ballad on the record. A beautiful cry to "be somebody" in God. It contains one of my favourite verses on the album, "So if they say I don't believe I hope that they see you in me."
Courtesy Call: 5/5. Hey-O, what a song. This has everything I like in a song: catchy chorus and refrain, great guitars, and great vocals. A perfect song really.
War of Change: 5/5 This song is also about the spiritual warfare that goes on around us. The devil doesn't want us to change from our sinful ways, and this song shows that a war that goes on when we need to change. It's also very catchy, especially the pre-chorus!
Down: 4.5/5 The intro is the heaviest thing on the record, and the rapping isn't the best. But the pre-chorus and bridge make up for that! It's amazing. It's about standing up for God's calling, not matter what someone says.
All I Need to Know: 5/5 FOLK! Well, almost. This is one of the best TFK songs I've ever heard. It's simply about not knowing the future, and resting in the fact that God is already there and that's all we need to know. At heart, it's a worship song.
Fly On the Wall: 6/5 Ok, this is just amazing! Shouldn't songs on the ned of a record be not as good as the beginning? Well TFK doesn't think that at all! One of the best songs they've ever written, just staggering!
So Far Gone: 7/5 I think they should just stop releasing these brilliant songs, they're just too good! Though I'm not sure it's as good as Already Home, it's certainly second place! What a worship song! The annointing is all over this! If this isn't God inspiried I don't know what is.
Overall I think they have come close to WTTM. This is different, but equally as good! I would recommend this brilliant rock album, but like I said last time, this is just too heavy for people who only listen to artists like Chris Tomlin and even Jeremy Camp. But for someone who likes a good battle anthem to stand up against the enemy, this is a must have!

wow

Awesome great album.. great sound like skillet.. god rocks

AMAZING!!

This underrated band has yet again released another amazing album! Every album has been great but I feel this one is on another level. I have to say, out of every album I own, this album is most worth the time and money buying. If you don't have it..GET IT!!

Biography

Formed: 1995 in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Peterborough, Canada hard rock trio Thousand Foot Krutch made their debut in 1995 when Trevor McNevan, Joel Bruyere, and Steve Augustine started putting a praise & worship spin on the nu-metal sound of the time. After building a buzz around Ontario with numerous shows and a strong demo titled That's What People Do, Thousand Foot Krutch signed with Diamante and issued their debut LP, Set It Off, in 2000. The album featured a cover of EMF's "Unbelievable" on a set that veered toward the sounds of P.O.D....
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