Set It Off| Posted April 16, 2012
Not bad TFK. Not bad. Set It Off just has that rappy feel to it, but not too rappy. Set It Off is a good Rap-Hop album. The Rap-Hop isn't like Lecrae's Rap or tobyMac's Hip-Hop.
you're unbelievable| Posted July 28, 2008
this cd has quite a different sound to it then their other albums. it sounds more rap than rock. i think it was a very strong debut cd. i would definitely recommend it.
TFK Sets it Off| Posted June 25, 2008
This sophomore project from the band varies musically from their first album, Phenomenon. There’s more of a punk rock and rap sound to it than the first album, or the two that followed it. However, we still get Trevor McNevan’s unique voice and Thousand Foot Krutch’s signature sound on a song here and there. I also appreciate the fact that they blatantly reference God or Christ on several of the tracks; something you don’t hear from many Christian rock bands these days. I would recommend this album to any true “friends” (as TFK calls their fans) of the band as well as any potential friends. It might take a bit to get into it, like it did me, but you won’t be sorry.