Christian rock band Thousand Foot Krutch is releasing their second remix EP Metamorphosiz II The End Remixes Vol. 2 on July 2 as an exclusive online deal.
The release will feature remixes from The End is Where We Begin, the band's independently released No. 1 Billboard Hard Rock album.
TFK's first remix album was released on December 4 of last year and spent time as No. 1 on the iTunes rock chart on its first week following its release.
ESPN used several of the albums track for their show, "First Take," including "War Of Change," "We Are" and "Let the Sparks Fly."
TFK is doing a number of festivals this summer in promotion of the remix EP as they are fresh off their "War of Change" winter/spring tour.
Currently their single, "So Far Gone," was in the top 10 of the Billboard Hot AC Christian chart at No. 9, entering in on April 15.
"This is a very intimate song. It's a love song, and my way of saying, 'I can't get enough of you,'" says TFK frontman Trevor McNevan to Hoganson Media. "It's a worship song to me. There's not a day in my life when I don't need God more and want to get closer."
After signing with Tooth & Nail in 2000, TFK released their first album with the label called Set it Off, and was primarily a nu metal rock/rap band, which was what was popular at that time with the success of Linkin Park and Limp Bizkit.
Over the years TFK has refined their sound as to more heavy rock or mainstream rock style with no rapping.
"Fly On The Wall (The Robbie Bronnimann Mix)"
"The End Is Where We Begin (Solomon Olds Remix)"
"Courtesy Call (Rui Da Silva Remix)"
"Down (Andy Hunter Remix)"
"Be Somebody (The Robbie Bronnimann Mix)"
"So Far Gone (Joshua Silverberg Remix)"