Thousand Foot Krutch are set to embark on a tour with former Korn guitarist Brian “Head” Welch’s band Love and Death, as well as the Letter Black and the Wedding. Before the trek kicks off, TFK are unleashing their new music video for ‘War of Change,’ off the band’s independently released, No. 1-selling Billboard Hard Rock album ‘The End is Where We Begin,’ and you can watch it exclusively here on Loudwire.

Frontman Trevor McNevan says 'War of Change' is about the beauty and hardship of change. “This song embodies the heart and soul of this record [‘The End Is Where We Begin’],” he explains. “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.”

Thousand Foot Krutch’s upcoming ‘War of Change Tour’ kicks off Feb. 21 in Columbia, Md., and runs through March 17 in Huntington, W.V. For a full list of tour dates, go here. And to pick up TFK's album ‘The End is Where We Begin' at iTunes, click here. 'War of Change' also appears on TFK's recent remix EP, 'Metamorphosiz: The End Remixes, Vol. 1,' which is available at iTunes, as well.

Watch Thousand Foot Krutch's Music Video for 'War of Change' [Exclusive]