THOUSAND FOOT KRUTCH WILL RELEASE
WELCOME TO THE MASQUERADE FAN EDITION ON OCTOBER 11
Tooth & Nail Records’ Thousand Foot Krutch has continuously entertained their fans with fist-pumping rock music for the past 15 years selling more than 800,000 albums. On October 11, TFK will release a Fan Edition of their 2009 studio project, Welcome To The Masquerade, which will feature three new songs as well as exclusive fan photos.
It has been over two years since the release of their critically acclaimed project Welcome to the Masquerade, which produced three No. 1 Christian Rock singles (“Fire It Up,” “Bring Me To Life,” “E For Extinction”), three top 10 Christian CHR singles (“Forward Motion, “Already Home,” “Look Away”), one top 15 Active Rock single (“Fire it Up”).  In addition this project brought numerous TV, film (GI Joe), gaming and sport arena placements including being featured at Super Bowl 2010 as well as ESPN’s use during 2011 NCAA games. The album was touted by media as a “their best,” the “best album of its genre to be released,” and one of the “very best albums of the year.”

TFK has been touring non-stop this summer with festival appearances including the recent Canada tour with the Newsboys, Manafest and Manic Drive on the Maple Noise Tour.  The band has been working hard on their new studio release in between tour dates, and will be performing at various Acquire the Fire events this fall as well as dates in Germany and Switzerland.  Visit here for fall dates and more information coming soon on this 2012 release.

For more information on TFK visit their website ( www.thousandfootkrutch.com), Facebook ( http://www.facebook.com/thousandfootkrutch) and Twitter – @ officialTFK.
Welcome To The Masquerade Fan Edition Track Listing:
  1. The Invitation (Intro)
  2. Welcome To The Masquerade
  3. Fire It Up
  4. Bring Me To Life
  5. E for Extinction
  6. Watching Over Me
  7. The Part That Hurts The Most (Is Me)
  8. Scream
  9. Look Away
  10. Forward Motion
  11. Outta Control
  12. Smack Down
  13. Already Home
  14. Shook (Bonus Track)
  15. Take It Out Of Me (Bonus Track)
  16. Anyone Else (Bonus Track)
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About Thousand Foot Krutch:
Thousand Foot Krutch, started by frontman/songwriter Trevor McNevan, have sold over 800,000 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 11 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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