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Thousand Foot Krutch Biography

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Birth Place: Peterborough, Ontario, Canada
Years Active: 1995–present
Genres: Christian Rock, Nu Metal, Rap Metal, Hard Rock

Thousand Foot Krutch (TFK) are a Canadian Christian rock band formed in 1997. They have released five major studio albums. Singer Trevor McNevan and drummer Steve Augustine are also members of their own side project band called FM Static and Joel Bruyere started his own solo project called The Drawing Room in 2009. The band has sold over a half a million albums as of 2010.

“Set It Off” was released on November 14, 2000. It was the group's first indie label release. The band toured it extensively across North America and ended up garnering much label attention by selling 85,000 copies of the indie release out of their van

In 2003, TFK signed with Seattle-based Tooth & Nail Records and released their second full-length album, “Phenomenon.” The album sold 200,000 units making it one of the best-selling albums in Tooth & Nail's history.

“The Art of Breaking” was released by Tooth & Nail Records in July 2005. The single “Move” received moderate mainstream success, reaching #16 on Billboard's mainstream rock charts in early 2006.

After working in the studio with producer Ken Andrews (Beck/Chris Cornell/Pete Yorn/Tenacious D/Mae) they released “The Flame in All of Us” on September 18, 2007. The album entered the charts at #58 on the Billboard 200.

“Welcome to the Masquerade” was released on September 8, 2009 and entered the Billboard top 200 at #35 and the Christian Album charts at #2. The single "Fire It Up" has peaked at #35 on the Billboard Rock charts while "Bring Me to Life" has peaked at number #2 on Christian Rock radio. "Forward Motion" has reached #48 on the Billboard Christian Songs charts.