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Christian Band THOUSAND FOOT KRUTCH Announces Comeback After Six-Year Hiatus

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Christian Band THOUSAND FOOT KRUTCH Announces Comeback After Six-Year Hiatus

By Movieguide® Contributor  

Canadian-Christian rock band Thousand Foot Krutch recently announced their comeback with the help of several musical friends.  

Their newest album, “The End Is Where We Begin: Reignited,” will feature re-recorded tracks from the band’s original hit album, “The End Is Where We Begin.” 

Thousand Foot Krutch founder, vocalist and songwriter Trevor McNevan, said, “Creating ‘The End Is Where We Begin’ was a special and defining moment that will always hold a special place in my heart. It was a time of big faith steps, trusting our hearts and leaving behind any securities of a record label.”

“The album was forged through a fire, creating a special relationship with our audience in a new way. Not only did the audience show up, but they also walked with us. I’ll never forget it,” he continued. 

“It’s an honor to have so many cool bands/vocalists involved with the ‘Reignited’ edition that Endurance Music Group has put together–hearing different expressions and interpretations of things and hopefully connecting audiences in a new way,” McNevan added.  

Thousand Foot Krutch bass player Joel Bruyere recalled, “‘The End Is Where We Begin’ was our first independent release. A leap of faith. One that we took on with our fans, friends and new team. We were able to create exactly what we wanted to, how we wanted to, and I look back on it with the same gut feeling as I did back then.”

Bruyere continued, “Trev tapped into some incredible stories told in the most raw and honest way. I cannot wait for people to hear the new take on these special songs.” 

Endurance Music Group Senior Vice President Mark Ahlberg shared, “Working on this album with TFK has been a dream come true. Each of the artists that jumped onto these tracks brought their own passion and flavor to the recording, and I’m excited for people to get a taste of that with ‘War of Change (2023)’ and Adelitas Way.” 

Adeltias Way lead vocalist and songwriter Rick DeJesus added, “I have a lot of love for Thousand Foot Krutch.”

“Trevor brings so much emotion and energy to ‘War Of Change,’ it excited me to sing it with him. I hope we get to rock it out on stage someday!” he continued. 

Thousand Foot Krutch was formed in 1995 in Peterborough, Ontario. The band’s music style combines elements of alternative rock, nu-metal, hard rock and rap rock. Thousand Foot Krutch gained popularity throughout its career for its high-energy performances and thought-provoking lyrics. 

The band has released several albums over the years, starting with their debut album “That’s What People Do” in 1997. However, they gained wider recognition with their album “Set It Off” (2001) and subsequent releases like “Phenomenon” (2003) and “The Art of Breaking” (2005). 

Some of the band’s well-known songs include “Rawkfist,” “Move,” “Fire It Up,” “Courtesy Call” and “War of Change.” Their music often carries messages of hope, perseverance and faith, reflecting their Christian roots. 

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