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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.

Customer Reviews

Amazing CD

I have been a TFK fan since I got Set It Off, the current album at the time. Since then they have grown as I have, and we always seem to click. From the Hip-Hop days of Set It Off, to the grunge days of Art of Breaking, TFK has been a solid hitter. This album is no different; it hits on the important things in life, and does it with flair and style.


From the Computerized voice in the intro you get a feeling that this well be an experience you won't soon forget. TFK Rocks out in their latest Album and have fun. One thing I would like to note, this album has many different sounds and there is a song for everyone and any mood you might be in. To the chill, smooth "Fly on the Wall", I can see just driving with the windows down and just screaming along with the record, and singing the chorus. Then we have the Rapping Trevor, bringing back his skills he displayed in "Set it Off". Here he goes hard on, "Down", "Light up the Sky" though he raps a few other times throughout the album. If you like the harder songs go no further than, "Let the Sparks Fly", We are" "I get Wicked" and my personal favorite that has grown on me "Courtesy Call". TFK never forgets to lay down some beautiful tracks and the ballads that will leaving you shaking "Be Somebody" Over all I loved this Album, and I think you will too. there is really something for everybody! 4 1/2 out of 5. I love Thousand Foot Krutch they are my favorite band. Realistically I can't give this record a perfect score because they continue to get better and better, and I believe they still can make an Album even better than this. I want them to continue to push themselves and thats how we continue to get great records from them.


This album is great. Other Christian bands should be taking notes.


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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