First Inhale, Now Exhale. Thousand Foot Krutch Set to Release New Album
TFK has released 8 studio albums over their twenty years of activity, and Rocklahoma fans are in for a treat as they will get the opportunity to hear some of the new material off their upcoming release Oxygen: Exhale. The new album is a companion, or follow-up, to their 2014 release Oxygen: Inhale.
I have had the opportunity to sample the entire album and I am struggling with sitting still while writing this review. This album has the power of Rage Against the Machine, but with a touch of my favorite band of 2015: Crobot. This band can rock it hard but gives us some of that funky groove that makes a live show so enjoyable.
They have released three singles from the album: “Running With Giants,” “Incomplete,” and “Born Again,” and all three truly hit the spot. The official video for “Running with Giants” is below:
The lyric video to “Give up the Ghost” can be seen below.
Exhale is scheduled to be released on June 17th, and it is definitely an album to pre-order so you are ready to rock on day one. TFK will be opening the main stage at Rocklahoma this Sunday and you absolutely positively do not want to miss a minute.
Dan Adler was raised in Southern California to a mom and dad, one of whom appreciated Creedence and left wing anti-war politics. By the teenage years, Dan became obsessed with Black Sabbath, listening to the same seven albums repeatedly for 5 years. During this time, his favorite concert experience was seeing Metallica open for a bunch of bands that no longer exist and winning the 1st ever Santa Cruz Air Guitar contest. After several years in Africa listening and dancing to Chimurenga music, Dan returned to have the two best children in the world, one of whom spends a lot of time at concerts with him. What a lucky dad!