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Thousand Foot Krutch Drop New Album "Oxygen:Inale"

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New album from Thousand Foot Krutch.


It is ok, you can admit it. You get that new album of your favorite band for one song and you are not sure what to expect. But if it is like most, there are only 3 songs or less on the album that you actually like. I am happy to say that did not happen to me when I heard the new Thousand Foot Krutch album "Oxygen:Inhale” coming out August 26th. I had a chance to hear the full album and every song on it is a great. “There is not one bad song on this album”...that is my official opinion but it was also my first reaction as I listened to the album.

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Out on iTunes as singles, “Born This Way” and “Untravelled Road” are two of my favorites. I would suggest to any Thousand Foot Krutch fan to go and take a listen and for those who are unfamiliar with the band to do so as well. The full album is due out August 26th, on iTunes. Along with the album dropping, Thousand Foot Krutch is touring. I had the chance to see them live at Rocklahoma, Rock on the Range, Carolina Rebellion and Welcome to Rockville on the Worlds Loudest Month Tour where they played “Born This Way” as well as older hits. The crowd at the festivals responded with huge applause to the new music. Not only that, Thousand Foot Krutch is an epic band to see live and are on the road now. For info, check

Now back to the album, as I said, there is not one song on it I did not like. A few of my favorite songs included: “Like a Machine” because it was hard-hitting and got me moving, “Give It To Me” and “Light UP” also caught my immediate attention.

Having their roots in the Indy music scene, Thousand Foot Krutch has chosen to work with Fuel Music & Management, LLC. This Tennessee based music company has nearly 50 years of combined music industry experience in record label operations, record distribution and marketing. The relationship they have with their artist is a family one and that helps the process all the way around.

I cannot say enough good things about “Oxygen:Inhale”, but I can tell you need this in your music collection. It has been 2 years since we have heard a new studio album from Thousand Foot Krutch but “Oxygen: Inhale" was well worth the wait. The album is getting airplay support from SiriusXM Octane, Music Choice and numerous other stations around the country, which means you don't just have to take my word for it. Listen, buy, & support!

Written by Melissa Anderson

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