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The End Is Where We Begin

by Thousand Foot Krutch

The End Is Where We Begin by Thousand Foot Krutch

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The End Is Where We Begin

by Thousand Foot Krutch

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Label: TFKmusic
For this effort, the Canadian modern rockers get back to basics, pairing the raw energy and emotion of their early years with experience that can only be earned the hard way -- from more than a decade on the road. Prior to release, “Let the Sparks Fly” and “Light Up the Sky” were picked up by ESPN, proving TFK continues to create rock anthems that get fans going. Despite the big sound, this disc is also an ode to the simple possibilities of music. To capture that it all, Thousand Foot Krutch teamed up with producer Aaron Sprinkle again. The result is a militant message with a touch of nostalgia.

About This Album

For this effort, the Canadian modern rockers get back to basics, pairing the raw energy and emotion of their early years with experience that can only be earned the hard way -- from more than a decade on the road. Prior to release, “Let the Sparks Fly” and “Light Up the Sky” were picked up by ESPN, proving TFK continues to create rock anthems that get fans going. Despite the big sound, this disc is also an ode to the simple possibilities of music. To capture that it all, Thousand Foot Krutch teamed up with producer Aaron Sprinkle again. The result is a militant message with a touch of nostalgia.

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About This Album

For this effort, the Canadian modern rockers get back to basics, pairing the raw energy and emotion of their early years with experience that can only be earned the hard way -- from more than a decade on the road. Prior to release, “Let the Sparks Fly” and “Light Up the Sky” were picked up by ESPN, proving TFK continues to create rock anthems that get fans going. Despite the big sound, this disc is also an ode to the simple possibilities of music. To capture that it all, Thousand Foot Krutch teamed up with producer Aaron Sprinkle again. The result is a militant message with a touch of nostalgia.