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As a big time Fm static fan, I have to say that their previous album let me down a little bit. My expectations for this one were a little lower, but they nailed it. It has a totally different feel than the rest of their albums but it's ok because they absolutly excel at it. Probably their best cd

Keep rocking Trevor!

Trevor McNevan is extremely talented I love every one of his songs from FM Static to Thousand Foot Krutch to the songs he is featured in in manafest!!!! God bless you Trevor! I am strictly christian when it comes to rock and metal and you give me that whole selection like a new genre! Thank you Trevor and keep rocking while I listen with my Rawkfist!!!!

Love this song

This song just lifts up my day


Formed: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Toronto's FM Static was the pop-punk side project of Thousand Foot Krutch's Trevor McNevan (vocals/guitar) and Steve Augustine (drums). A million miles away from TFK's blustery rap-metal, FM Static had much more in common with the fizzy, immediately accessible pop-punk of blink-182 or Good Charlotte. Joined by bassist Justin Smith and guitarist John Bunner, McNevan and Augustine issued FM Static's debut on Tooth & Nail in July 2003; it featured 11 positive-thinking songs about girls, high school,...
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Dear Diary, FM Static
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Christian & Gospel, Music, Alternative, Punk, CCM
  • Released: Apr 07, 2009

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