Thousand Foot Krutch – The End Is Where We Begin recreates with original flavor

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By Benjamin Pirie
Staff Writer

Christian rock music has seen many bands come and go in the past 10 years. There is one band, however, that has stood the test of time in reaching a lost group of people through this form of media: Thousand Foot Krutch.

For more than a decade, Thousand Foot Krutch has created Christ-centered music with a rock ‘n’ roll twist, and they have proven that Christian music can be made in a way that even the secular community can enjoy.

Their newest album, The End Is Where We Begin, was released April 17, 2012. Although newer, this album has an old school feel due to the fact that the band left Tooth and Nail Records at the end of 2011 and began producing their own music.

Unfortunately, this may also be their downfall. The album lacks imagination, and with the exception of a few songs, the album sounds more like an old Linkin Park recreation instead of the Thousand Foot Krutch we have grown up listening to. Only time will tell if this reinvention will prove successful, or if we have already seen the best of what Thousand Foot Krutch has to offer.