Jam Packed Energy
Posted July 26, 2017
By BraddenFord_NRT, Staff Reviewer
Thousand Foot Krutch(TFK) is one of the most successful Christian rock bands with several 1# hits and top selling albums. So its no surprise that TFK found there self's in Winter Jam, the most popular tour in America. After going independent, TFK have continue the light up the Christian rock and mainstream rock world with hits like War of Change, Courtesy Call, Untraveled Road, Lifeline and many more. TFK continue to thank there fans for all their support through the years and give all glory back to the one true King. TFK gave there fans a free EP to again thank there fans for where they are today. The EP titled "Winter Jam EP" features three tracks, "Push" from there latest release Exhale, a remix of Untraveled Road from Oxygen:Inhale, and a acoustic version of Let The Sparks Fly from The End Is Where We Begin.
The EP kicks off with "Push" from there recent release Exhale. "Push" continues the theme of Untraveled Road(from Oxygen:Inhale) with a message too keep walking and too never back down. What people say and do is going to hurt us but they don't know the fighters that we are inside. We need to be the change in this world and let nothing stand in our way. "Untraveled Road(PHENOMENON Remix)" gets a dance/EDM beat on and comes out as a epic remix. The message of being the change turned from a positive rock anthem to a positive dance anthem, TFK outdo there selves so many times. Ending the EP "Let The Sparks Fly(Acoustic Version)" is about trying to lead someone into the light of Christ. The acoustic sound and Trevor's vocals make this a epic close.
This was an awesome EP. With "Push" and "Untraveled Road(PHENOMENON Remix) it captures the message for us to stand out and be the change and to let nothing stop us. "Let The Sparks Fly(Acoustic Version) talks about leading somebody into the light. When people see us being the change in the world, they know there's something we have that they want and that's the light of Christ we have. TFK gave us two nice twists to some of there best songs for free along with another awesome one "Push". TFK gave us a awesome EP even though there's only three songs and there's no new songs, its free so how can you argue? However you see this EP, its pretty awesome and contains some awesome tracks. Download it for FREE at TFK's NoiseTrade page if you want to give it a listen. God Bless :)
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