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A live CD/DVD that sounds as good as a studio recording.
Posted June 20, 2011
By Frenzy20,


Thousand Foot Krutch has been one of the top Christian rock bands of the 21st century.  They have come out with great rock songs like "Puppet," Rawkfist," "Move," "The Flame In All Of Us," "Falls Apart," and more recent ones "Bring Me to Life," and "Fire It Up."

To bring the energy and sharpness to a live recording is hard to do when you hear the studio recordings because they are polished so well.  TFK does great job making these songs sound even better then the studio recordings.  Trevor's voice is strong thourghout the whole set and it shows the gift God has given him.  He must take care of his voice well because it sounds very good.  A rock lead singer can often put a lot of tension on his voice because of the style.  The DVD was great and sounds good in surround sound so watch it on that if you can.  The crowd gives the set more energy also.

When an artist can sound just as good as their recordings or better it shows that they are a talented artist that knows how to sing and play well.  TFK has been one of my favorite music artist and it is good to see them put out a excellent live recording and DVD.  They are in my prayers often and it is good seeing God's hand on them. 

TFK keep up with the great music and creativity.

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