Surrender by Kutless  | CD Reviews And Information | NewReleaseToday

Shop Now At Amazon Buy Christian Music On iTunes

ADVERTISEMENT

Surrender [edit]
by Kutless | Genre: Pop/Rock | Release Date: November 13, 2015
 

Following the worshipful 2014 release Glory, Kutless deepens its catalog of worship offerings with Surrender, an electrifying set of hard-edged rock-and-worship originals. The group's ninth album for BEC Recordings brings back the heavy sound that launched their careers, woven with vertical lyrics of praise, including lead single "Bring It On" and more.




Track Listing
Click here to add a video. Click to add lyrics if not listed.
01. Tear It Up
02. Bring It On
03. Mirror
04. Love Come Crashing Down
05. I Will Go
06. Overcome
07. Not Too Far
08. Loved
09. One Thing Remains
10. My Heart is a Ghost

Entry last edited by NRTeamAdmin on 12.07.15

Christian CD Reviews
(1) Total Review(s) | Average NRTeam Rating:
Rated 4 Stars
Add Your Review Join The NRTeam
 
Sort Reviews By: Most Helpful | Most Recent | Showing reviews 1 through 10 of 1:  

Kutless Tears It Up | Posted November 02, 2015
Did you hear? Kutless has a new album! Here's what you need to know.

Rock is Back: Miss the Kutless of old, the band that gave fierce guitar rockers that you could headbang to while still providing deep worship? We haven't seen them much since 2008's To Know That Your Alive. 2012's Believer mixed their popular worship offerings with some rockier moments for a strong outing, but 2014's Glory almost completely abandoned the band's rock roots. 

Surrender remedies that right out of the gate. "Tear It Up" is the band's hardest song in years, and it satisfies with Kutless' signature sound and the instantly recognizable rock vocals of Jon Micah Sumrall. While no other track comes close to this level of intensity, "Not Too Far," "My Heart is a Ghost" and even "Mirror" all bring plenty of guitar-driven energy to the table.
 
The Radio Worship Hasn't Gone Anywhere: More a fan of "Sea of Faces" than "Shut Me Out"? Fear not, Kutless has got you covered. Lead single "Bring It On" exemplifies the best of Kutless softer sounds with plenty of engaging anthemic energy and an accessible blend of pop and rock. "Love Come Crashing Down" follows in the same style and is another likely radio hit, and "Loved" is a great example of a Kutless slow song done right. They even throw in a cover of "One Thing Remains," because Kutless doing worship covers is also still their thing.

God is Still the Focal Point: Kutless has always been Christ-centered while still real, and this holds true for pretty much every song on Surrender.

The Bottom Line:
Kutless is back! Maybe not quite better than ever, but with a strong and satisfying return to the sound that made them famous. Surrender is a success and should give those who missed a rocking Kutless the album they've spent the better part of a decade waiting for.

Song to Download Now:
"Bring It On" (Get it on iTunes here.)


Comments (0)Add Comment | Is This Review Helpful? Yes | No
NRTeam Review RSS Feed
Showing reviews 1 through 10 of 1:  

Christian Music, Facebook Christian Music, Twitter Christian Music, YouTube Christian Music, Instagram

ADVERTISEMENTS

Christian Music

©2021 NewReleaseToday
A Division Of NRT Media Inc.

Secure
CHRISTIAN MUSIC

Discover New Artists
New This Week
Coming Soon
Playlists
NEW! Podcasts
Free Music
Album Reviews

NEWS

New Music
Movies / Media
Books
Events
Tours
General

VIDEOS

Music Videos
Exclusives

EXCLUSIVES

Articles
Devotionals
Interviews
Concert Reviews
We Love Awards

MORE INFO

RSS
Privacy Policy
Terms of Use
Advertising
Staff
New Music Email
Contact

RESOURCES

Music Studies
Artist Training

CONNECT

Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
YouTube
replica rolex
replica watches
replica watches uk