Welcome To The Masquerade
Thousand Foot Krutch Throw up your rawkfist and throw off the masks. If you need some help, screeching guitar riffs, wicked drumming and the stunning vocals will do that for you. This CD has a theme and it's sticking to it....
Rated W For Wicked! | Posted October-21-2009
Throw up your rawkfist and throw off the masks. If you need some help, screeching guitar riffs, wicked drumming and the stunning vocals will do that for you. This CD has a theme and it's sticking to it. In the beginning the masks are unveiled, through out the CD they'll begin to crack and break down and by the end, true identity is found. This CD takes the listener on a journey like no other. TFK has risen the bar a thousand times higher. So get ready to reveal what's behind the mask.
Dash Away, Dash Away All... And Go Get It! | Posted October-21-2009
Christmas is usually too early in October, but with this CD you'll want it every day of the year. Putting a new "force"ful spin on old Christmas carols and adding some of their own, this will NOT be a one day album. Just like Christmas, Soul Glow has made this a family affair. Bringing in his dad, wife and son on the record makes it feel "homey". With this CD, it's begining to feel a lot like Christmas.
Ghostride The Remix | Posted May-22-2009
I'm not that big on remixes, but this one isn't that bad. There are only a few, out of 14, that are ok though. Lollipop did a wonderful job with "Wake The Dead", and the new song, "Ghostride The Whip", is my favorite. It adds yet another level to Soul Glow and Croutons' singing ability.
"Rip It Up" doesn't quite flow with Soul Glow's singing, "Get Your Back Off The Wall" takes a long time to start (though the chorus is really good), and some of the songs have too much going on in them. With "Dance Or Die", The Secret Handshake did a great job.
This CD gives FF5 a new opportunity to expand their sound, and it gives their fans a new look into what is to come.