Hearts of the Innocent
Once you get beyond the pile-driving guitar work and hooky lyrics, at the core of Kutless' latest release, HEARTS OF THE INNOCENT, is an anthem calling on a generation of believers to be strong! The band's vision for this release...
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Once you get beyond the pile-driving guitar work and hooky lyrics, at the core of Kutless' latest release, HEARTS OF THE INNOCENT, is an anthem calling on a generation of believers to be strong! The band's vision for this release was to make a harder record than their first three, while maintaining the signature sound that their fans have fallen in love over the past three years. Whether creating a rock/praise release, a pop/rock release or edgier/rock release, Kutless' message and music have been a consistent and bold blast through the static in an ever changing music scene.
1. Hearts Of The Innocent
- 1. Hearts Of The InnocentKutless0:59
- 2. Shut Me OutKutless0:59
- 3. Beyond The SurfaceKutless0:59
- 4. SmileKutless0:59
- 5. Promise Of A LifetimeKutless0:59
- 6. Winds Of ChangeKutless0:59
- 7. Somewhere In The SkyKutless0:59
- 8. MistakesKutless0:59
- 9. Push Me AwayKutless0:59
- 10. Changing WorldKutless0:59
- 11. Million Dollar ManKutless0:59
- 12. LegacyKutless0:59
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 Stewart moved to Portland from his native North Dakota to attend college, where he met Sumrall, Mitchell, and Shrout. All of the members of Kutless attended the same church, Athey Creek, where they began playing music together. They soon decided to forego college to concentrate on their music career, moving into a group house where they hosted basement party gigs.The band headlined such jaunts as the Extreme Days tour and often played events to benefit battered women and children and cancer victims.
The group's albums, all released by BEC Recordings, include Kutless (2002), Sea of Faces (2004), Strong Tower (2005), Hearts of the Innocent (2006), Live from Portland (also from 2006), To Know That You're Alive (2008), It Is Well (2009), and Believer (2012). Erik Hage & Steve Leggett, Rovi