Album Review: 'Untraveled Roads' by Thousand Foot Krutch

Published on August 18, 2017 by ROCKwell UnScene
Chills... that is what happened when I took a first listen to the live version of Thousand Foot Krutch’s  “Untraveled Roads”. TFK takes this album to a whole new level of talent, showcasing the uninhibited power vocals of Trevor McNevan (lead vocals/songwriter).   
I played this album from top to bottom and I have to say that every song electrified me. “Untraveled Roads” features cuts from  EXHALE (2016), OXYGEN:INHALE (2014) and The End Is Where We Begin (2012).
TFK is one of those rare bands that have not only achieved tremendous indie success but also have a positive message. A band that is not ashamed to have faith and belief in God, as evidenced by their devout lyrics. The passion of each song and the music not only penetrates the ears, but it floods the heart and soul. It leaves the listener feeling empowered and gives hope.
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Hearing this album is the next best thing to seeing this band on stage. I urge you to do both.  Be sure to scoop up your copy of “Untraveled Roads” live-in-concert. This must-have album from TFK includes 8 of the bands 9 active Rock radio hits. The drop date for the album is Sept. 15 on TFK Music. Shout out to The Fuel Music on the distribution of this must have album.  


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