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Since their debut in 2002, Kutless have set the standard for worshipful Christian hard rock, much as Petra did a generation earlier. Glory upholds the band’s tradition of ascending melodies building to triumphant choruses, carried by Jon Micah Sumrall’s lead vocals and the twin guitars of James Mead and Nick Departee. The album’s message is as succinctly powerful as its one-word title—these songs fuse sonic aggression with a believer’s humility to praise the Savior. The boisterous gang vocals and rolling tempo of the opening tune, “Revelation,” set the heroic tone for the tracks that follow. Songs like “You Alone” and “Rest” match expansive dynamics with crunchy riffage while delivering Scripture-based lyric content. “We Lift You Up” occupies a particularly central place on Glory, with its muscular edge and vertical lyrics. More subdued numbers like “In Jesus' Name” and “Restore Me” let Sumrall offer prayerful testimony that brings some needed intimacy to the album. The folk-slanted “In the City” captures a church-coffeehouse vibe with an atmospheric blend of acoustic and electric guitars and tribal drumbeats.

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What happened?

I remember the Kutless that sang Legacy... What happened to the edge. It seems like you've lost your spark. You sound more like everyone else. It's sad.

They should change their name

These are not bad songs, but they do not deserve to be under an album titled Kutless. Kutless has slowly gone from Christian hard rock, to mellow rock, and now to boring contemporary worship music that sounds like everything else you would hear on K-love or some station your grandma would listen to. The good Kutless is gone. Now you are left with some boring new band. If you want Christian rock there are several bands you could check out like Write this Down and Sent by Ravens, but avoid this. I am so disappointed in Kutless last two releases and after To Know the You're Alive, I have not, and will not buy another Kutless album. If you're into Christ Tomlin and Matt Redman, this is for you. If you remember Sea of Faces and you think this is going to be another good Kutless album, then turn away, for this certainly is Kutless-less.

Where is the rock

I wish they would do an album where they go back to their rock roots

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" Stuart (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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