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Editors’ Notes

In many ways, Believer sums up the changes Kutless has gone through since it appeared on the Christian music scene in the late ‘90s. Believer contains elements of the worship-oriented approach heard on 2009’s It Is Well; at the same time, it delivers the assertive guitar kick that defined the band on its first several albums. Lead singer Jon Micah Sumrall commands the spotlight on tracks as different as “Need” (a desperate cry to the Lord), “Hero” (an inspirational, folk-tinged ballad), and “If It Ends Today” (a crowd-rousing praise tune). Thunderous riffage and slamming drums drive home the message of salvation in “Carry On,” while “Gravity” and the title track take a more nuanced approach to depicting man’s relationship with his maker. Especially powerful are “This Is Love” and “Come Back Home,” a pair of ballads that retell the stories of the crucifixion and the Prodigal Son, respectively. Throughout, Kutless turns in confident performances without losing the touch of urgency that has always echoed through its music.

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great message and song

The song "Hero" is a smooth, inspiring, and easy listening song that sends a positive message that you can make a difference in someone's life-- it doesn't get any better than that! Beautiful tune and melody.

One of my favs!

I have this album & love most songs, the rest I at least like. The message is right on. God Bless!

Ew

I haven't listened to Kutless since their debut album (which, looking back on it, had some pretty bad songwriting on display, but I digress) and decided to look them up and was surprised to discover that they and their midget lead vocalist are still trucking. This is lazy, lazy Sunday morning drivel. Everything sounds so phony and rehearsed now, as opposed to raw and rough around the edges like their debut. They seem content in their safe glitzy Sunday worship band slot. This is abysmal! The only song that even sounds like it has any emotion is "Need" smh

Biography

Formed: 1999 in Portland, OR

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Kutless, a Christian alternative band specializing in melodic hard rock, released their self-titled debut on BEC Recordings in 2002. The group, which consists of James Mead (guitar), Nathan "Stu" Stewart (bass), Kyle Mitchell (drums), Ryan Shrout (guitar), and Jon Micah Sumrall (vocals), came together in Portland, Oregon in 1999, inspired by such Christian rock predecessors as the Supertones as well as mainstream modern rockers like Staind, Creed, and Incubus. The seeds of the band were sown when...
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Believer (Deluxe Edition), Kutless
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  • $13.99
  • Genres: Christian & Gospel, Music, Alternative, CCM
  • Released: Feb 24, 2012

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