Arts & Culture 1,057 views Aug 18, 2015
Thousand Foot Krutch's The End is Where we Begin Album Review

The End is Where we Begin is the title of Thousand Foot krutch's 8th album. It is a generally great album, of the genres nu metal and Christian rock. The band is Canadian and is commonly referred to as TFK."We all wanna be somebody, we just need a taste of who we are." is one of the recurring lines in the Christian-rock song by Thousand FootKrutch (TFK).

One of the songs on this album 'Courtesy call' sounds a little like a club song. Trevor even mentions the word "club" in the song, which critics may deem controversial. The most common misconception that people have of Christian bands is that they have to sing about religion. Everyone would do well to just enjoy the song.


Another song which stood out for me is "All I need to Know''. Beautifull acoustic guitar accompanied by Trevor's and back-up vocals.


The best song in my honest opinion has to be War of Change. Brilliant melody and instruments in the background. One needs to watch the music video for this song. Full of energy and life. The only downside to it is that Trevor decided to have low-hanging light bulbs as he goes about singing in the video. Singing is an understatement. He performed that song as if his life depended on it. I won't go in too deep on the lyrics. Feel free to check out the whole album here:


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