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Thousand Foot Krutch ranked

One of my favorite bands as a teenager.
1Thousand Foot Krutch
Phenomenon


Alt/nu metal record with a sprinkle of hip-hop. Really stylistic but also quite catchy with good moments of heaviness. The anthemic nature of this album really sucks you in and makes you wanna sing along. I don't really like Rawkfist that much, but aside from that I Climb, Step to Me, Bounce, This is a Call, Faith Love and Happiness, Break the Silence, and Ordinary are all pretty solid tracks.
9/10
2Thousand Foot Krutch
The Flame in All of Us


Their heaviest album. A good alt-metal record with deep, bass-y riffs, good melodies, catchy hooks and good lyrics. Something about this album entices me to come back to it over and over again. It has a very alluring sound. Some of the later tracks are unmemorable however. Best songs are the title track, New Drug, Falls Apart, Favorite Disease, What Do We Know, The Safest Place, Wish You Well, Learn to Breathe.
8.5/10
3Thousand Foot Krutch
The End Is Where We Begin


A very fun rapcore album with elements of both rock and metal. Groovy, catchy, and an all around good time. Lyrics go from being good to very cheesy very fast however. Best songs are We Are, Light Up the Sky, The End is Where We Begin, I Get Wicked, Courtesy Call, Be Somebody, War of Change, and Down.
8/10
4Thousand Foot Krutch
The Art of Breaking


A moody rock/semi-metal album with good guitar riffs and some of their best lyrics. Very catchy, and full of good hooks. Something about it is kind of dry however, some songs could've used a little tweaking. This album's sound isn't the most unique. Best songs are Slow Bleed, Absolute, Breathe You In, Go, Stranger, Move, Hit the Floor.
7.5/10
5Thousand Foot Krutch
Welcome to the Masquerade


A nu-metal/alt metal album full of hooks and fun riffs. Although many songs are good tracks, the album as a whole feels like it has some fluff. A lot of this record blends in with itself. The album as a whole feels a little too familiar, and is a bit uninspired despite moments of goodness. E for Extinction is in their top 5 best songs however. Best tracks are the title track, E for Extinction, Bring Me to Life, Watching Over Me, The Part That Hurts the Most, Look Away, Forward Motion.
7.5/10
6Thousand Foot Krutch
Set It Off (Remastered)


Incredibly cheesy and all too familiar sounding, featuring weak vocals are overly long songs. However, it is nonetheless quite catchy at times, featuring good hooks and fun, bouncy guitar riffs.
Best songs are Everyone Like Me, Rhime Animal, When In Doubt, Unbelievable, Upcomesdown, All the Way Live, Lift It.
7/10
7Thousand Foot Krutch
Oxygen: Inhale


As much as I have a soft spot for this album, it is incredibly cheesy and all over the place. Ideas do not feel fully fleshed out and songs sound weird together/detached from each other on the album as a whole. I do enjoy the soft portions of some select songs however.
Best tracks: Untraveled Road, Born This Way, Set Me on Fire, I See Red, Oxygen
6.5/10
8Thousand Foot Krutch
Exhale


The album feels very forced and contrived. Elements of rapcore are present but do not mix well with the Born This Way-like guitar riffs they were going for here. Choruses often ruin the buildup of songs and feel detached from the song itself. Lyrics are often quite cheesy. As a whole, the album feels uninspired and maybe even lazy.
Best songs: Running With Giants, Different Kind of Dynamite, Adrenaline, Honest
5.5/10
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