On 2014’s OXYGEN: INHALE, Thousand Foot Krutch definitely delivered the anthems, but took a somewhat minimalist approach to its otherwise aggressive formula. Come the bookend follow-up EXHALE, singer/guitarist Trevor McNevan, bassist Joel Bruyere and drummer Steve Augustine are back to cranking the amplifiers past eleven, perhaps turning in their most explosive album to date. In fact, nearly every song is an epic stadium shaker with messages that regularly root for the underdog, call for all to stand steadfast in their beliefs and persevere amongst any obstacle. TFK may have had its fair share of road blocks along the way, but the entirely independent band since 2012 sounds more confident and committed to fighting the good fight than ever before.
Thousand Foot Krutch – ‘EXHALE’ album review
4 Overall Score