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One year after the release of their critically acclaimed release “Welcome to the Masquerade,” Tooth & Nail Records’ Thousand Foot Krutch celebrates their third No. 1 Rock single from the album and their 10th career Rock single with “E For Extinction,” for the past two weeks. Their CHR single “Look Away” is already climbing the charts as their third Top 20 CHR single from this album.
As their singles continue to climb, TFK has also completed a full touring schedule this fall with their headline tour “Welcome to the Masquerade” presented by Creation Festival: The Tour.

On the heels of their headline tour and their hot singles, TFK also announces their joining the 2011 “Rock & Worship Roadshow” with MercyMe, Jars of Clay, Matt Maher and The Afters.  This tour will begin January 28th and conclude April 9th.  For tour dates and cities, visit: http://therockandworshiproadshow.com.

The past year has been a whirlwind for TFK since the release of their fifth studio album, “Welcome to the Masquerade,” which has produced three No. 1 Christian Rock singles (“Fire It Up,” “Bring Me To Life,” “E For Extinction”), two top 10 Christian CHR singles (“Forward Motion, and “Already Home”), one top 15 Active Rock single (“Fire it Up”), as well as numerous TV, film (GI Joe), gaming and sport arena placements including being featured at the Super Bowl in February as well as ESPN’s use during recent NCAA basketball games.

The album was touted by media as “their best,” the “best album of its genre to be released,” and one of the “very best albums of the year.”  Thousand Foot Krutch was also recently awarded three 2010 GMA Canada Covenant Awards: Rock Song Of The Year (“Forward Motion”), Rock Album Of The Year (“Welcome To The Masquerade”, and Hard Music Song Of The Year (“Bring Me To Life”).

For more information on TFK visit their website ( www.thousandfootkrutch.com) MySpace (www. myspace.com/thousandfootkrutch) Facebook ( http://www.facebook.com/thousandfootkrutch) and Twitter – @officialTFK.

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About Thousand Foot Krutch:
Thousand Foot Krutch, started by frontman/songwriter Trevor McNevan, have sold over 750,000 copies to date of their albums Set It Off, Phenomenon, The Art Of Breaking, The Flame in All of Us and Welcome To The Masquerade. The band hit the musical scene with the independent album Set It Off and their album Phenomenon branched into mainstream radio with the single “Rawkfist”. TFK’s albums have garnered 10 No. 1 Christian Rock singles, four Top 25 Active Rock Singles, and five Top 10 Christian CHR singles. They’ve headlined a variety of festivals and have performed with acts Skillet, Three Days Grace, Breaking Benjamin, Chevelle, Tobymac, Switchfoot to name a few.

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