Thousand Foot Krutch

‘Exhale’ release Date 17th June 2016.

IT’S NEARLY HERE!!! Thousand Foot Krutch are about to release their new album ‘Exhale’ on the 17th of June. It has been nearly two years since their last album release ‘Oxygen:Inhale’ and trust me, it has been well worth the wait as this album will not disappoint. If you like catchy guitar riffs, strong vocals and brilliantly written lyrics, then this Canadian band is for you.

Thousand Foot Krutch - Exhale

‘Exhale’ track list.

1.Running With Giants 2.Incomplete 3.Give Up The Ghost 4.A different Kind Of Dynamite 5.The River 6.Push 7.Off The Rails 8.Adrenaline 9.Lifeline 10.Can’t Stop This 11.Born Again 12.Honest.

The album starts as it means to go on with ‘Running With Giants’ which is also the latest single by the band and a great way to start the album. This song will make you want to head bang and will have you singing along for hours. Why don’t you check out this amazing single below!

The next track is called ‘Incomplete’ which has a Nickleback feel to it with the catchy guitar riff, heavy bass and a chorus that you just can’t help singing along to.

The lead singer Trevor McNevan has an amazing voice and great vocal talent and you really get the feel of this in the song ‘Push’. This track feels like you’re listening to a one man Linkin park with Trevor rapping like Mike and then singing like Chester but more gentle. This track just shows the talent of the band and that they are capable of anything.

The last track on this album is ‘Honest’ and the only way to describe it is beautiful. Now I know I have said how this album is heavy and makes you want to air guitar all around the house and maybe throw the TV out the window but ‘Honest’ is the soft side of Thousand Foot Krutch and starts off with violins and acoustic guitars. The amazing voice of Trevor, kicks in the way he sings and just makes you want to close your eyes and let his voice take you to a faraway place. Also this song seems to tell a story and is such an easy song to listen to especially with the way it is built.

The only way I can some up this album is by saying BUY IT!!! I can see this album being a future classic and I can honestly say any true rock listener will love this album. So remember June 17th get this album and ROCK ON!!!!!

Full details are available at thousandfootkrutch.

Review by Matthew York.