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The End Is Where We Begin

Thousand Foot Krutch

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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.

Solid Album

I got this album 2 weeks ago since I helped back them on kickstarter, so I've had some time to listen and get a feel for the album. I dont think it's their best work, but it's still ALOT better then most music out there today.

Intro - 10/10 - Very cool intro
We Are - 7/10 - It starts out awesome, but it got weak as it went on.
Light Up The Sky - 7.5/10 - This song also has it's ups and downs. The 2nd half of the song is alot better then the first half.
The End Is Where We Begin - 10/10 - Very catchy
Let The Sparks Fly - 7/10 - This song's gotten pretty popular, but not one of my favorites. The chorus is pretty good, but not a fan of the rest of the song.
I Get Wicked - 5/10 - My least favorite song on the album. I actually thought this song was kind of annoying
Be Somebody - 11/10 - AWESOME song!! It's a slower one, but it's perfect. Buy this one for sure.
This is a Warning - 9/10 - Another cool instrumental track
Courtesy Call - 15/10 - A must buy! This is my favorite song on the album. You have to play this song while driving, it sounds awesome in the car. Can't wait to see this one performed live.
War of Change - 10/10 - Another one of my favorites. This one will be a hit in their live shows.
Down - 10/10 - VERY cool sound to this song. Great lyrics, and awesome vocals. Get this one.
All I Need To Know - 8/10 - Im a sucker for TFK's slow songs and this is a slower one. Not their best work, but worth a listen.
Fly On The Wall - 9/10 - More awesome lyrics and another catchy song.
So Far Gone - 10/10 - One of my all time favorite slow songs from TFK. I wish they'd make more songs like this.
Outroduction - 8/10 - Well its an outro.. lol. Not much to say, but it's a cool way to end the album.

Overall, this album has its high points and some low ones. Personally, I think the 2nd half of the album is way better then the first half. Buy this album, and support TFK who released this album independently (proms to them). You wont regret it

Excellent!!!

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.

Biography

Formed: 1995 in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

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

Toronto-area Christian rockers Thousand Foot Krutch first appeared in 1997, when Trevor McNevan, Joel Bruyere, and Steve Augustine started putting a worship song spin on a rap-metal sound similar to Limp Bizkit or Korn. After building a buzz around Ontario with numerous shows, a strong demo, and thriving trade of MP3s through its website, Thousand Foot Krutch signed with Diamante and issued Set It Off, its official debut, in March 2001. The album featured a rap-rockified version of EMF's "Unbelievable,"...
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