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After 15 years of bringing fist-pumping, in-your-face rock music to their fans, Thousand Foot Krutch has recorded their first live CD/DVD, Live at the Masquerade, which will release June 7th on Tooth & Nail Records.  Recorded on May 28, 2010, the CD/DVD was shot inside the historical Rexall Place arena in Edmonton – the home of the hockey great Wayne Gretzky and the Edmonton Oilers.  Fans can view a clip from the forthcoming CD/DVD at TFK’s Facebook by “Like”ing their page now.

The pre-order for this Live combo project is available now here. Diehard TFK fans need to check out two of the pre-order options that include the signature white TFK mask and the option to be a part of the Fan Edition release of Welcome To the Masquerade. Fans can take photos of themselves with the TFK mask and upload the images for use in TFK’s Fan Edition.  This new Fan Edition releases in the Fall 2011 and will feature 3 brand new songs along with exclusive packaging.

Recording Live at the Masquerade, TFK performed in front of 20,000 fans after Canada’s largest youth event “YC,” which boasted record-breaking attendance for this conference.  Live at the Masquerade captures all that TFK fans have come to love from their latest release, Welcome To The Masquerade, songs like: “Bring Me to Life,” “Forward Motion,” “Fire it Up,” and “Already Home” plus fan-favorites and TFK classics like “Rawkfist,” “Move,” “Falls Apart” and “Puppet.”

Over a year-and-a-half after the release of their critically acclaimed project Welcome to the Masquerade, Thousand Foot Krutch is still sharing hits from this album that has produced three No. 1 Rock singles and three Top 20 CHR singles.  TFK also celebrated their 11th career Rock single with “E For Extinction” this past fall.  They also were a part of the hit spring tour “Rock & Worship Roadshow” with MercyMe, Jars of Clay, Matt Maher and The Afters.

For more information on TFK visit their website ( www.thousandfootkrutch.com), 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  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.

In 2009, TFK released 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”), three top 10 Christian CHR singles (“Forward Motion, “Already Home,” “Look Away”), 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 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.”

Live at the Masquerade Track Listing
1. Welcome To The Masquerade
2. Bring Me To Life
3. Move
4. Absolutes
5. The Flame In All Of Us
6. E For Extinction
7. Scream
8. What Do We Know
9. Falls Apart
10. Rawkfist
11. Fire It Up
12. Already Home
13. Puppet

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