Thousand Foot Krutch releases ts first independent video, “War Of Change,” today, Wednesday, Feb 13. The video is from the band’s independently released, 5-star acclaimed and No. 1 selling Billboard Hard Rock album, "The End Is Where We Begin." The video can be seen now on YouTube. The single and album can also be downloaded at iTunes® and Amazon.com.
“This song embodies the heart and soul of this record ['The End Is Where We Begin'],” says TFK frontman Trevor McNevan. “I think it captures that urgency - that there are wars going on all around us and inside us. There’s something beautiful about ‘the sound of change,’ and I think this song covers those ideals and the essence of battle. Change can be beautiful and painstaking, but rarely is it comfortable.”
Loudly declaring that “everything is about to change,” the band carries its rally cry into its 16-city “War Of Change Tour” launching Feb. 21 in Columbia, MD and featuring Korn guitarist Brian “Head” Welch and his band Love and Death, as well as The Letter Black and The Wedding.
The tour is named for TFK’s hit single and video, “War Of Change,” which became the band’s 13th No. 1 at Christian radio, landed at No. 1 on SiriusXM Satellite Radio’s Octane Big-Uns Countdown late last year and No. 23 on SiriusXM’s “Gigantic 50 of 2012” (along with TFK’s “Let The Sparks Fly” at No. 16).
“War Of Change” is also featured on TFK’s first remix EP, "Metamorphosiz: The End Remixes," Vol. 1, which released Dec. 4 as an exlusive to digital retailers. The EP features 5 songs in all from "The End Is Where We Begin" by noted remix geniuses Steve Sidelnyk, Rob Persaud, Robbie Bronnimann, Andy Hunter and Solomon Olds.
As the band prepares to release its next remix EP in the coming months, "The End Is Where We Begin" also continues double-digit sales percentage growth over the band’s previous best-selling album, "Welcome to the Masquerade." Receiving over 1,800, 5-star average customer reviews on iTunes® alone for "The End Is Where We Begin," TFK has found that sometimes the best way to move forward is to go back to the basics, taking all of the raw energy and emotion of the past and channeling it into the present.