Nate Parrish released his highly anticipated sophomore album Soul Surgery on April 8, a collection of 14 raucous, bleeding heart punk rock tracks. Soul Surgery includes previously released singles like “Religion of Relevance” and “Life in Dissonance,” and is available now on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music and Bandcamp.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent precautions taken by authorities, the past year has been largely void of live music, save for a handful of tours and socially distanced festivals that proceeded cautiously. The industry has adapted by providing a multitude of livestream events, such as Disciple Love Letter Lockdown and Anberlin [...]
Seventh Day Slumber has created a unique opportunity for Christian Rock fans. July 23-25, 2021 in Grapeland, Texas, Camp Rockfest will host its inaugural weekend at Salmon Lake Park. The event will host some heavy hitters in the Christian Rock industry, such as Kutless, Seventh Day Slumber, Decyfer Down, War of Ages, Spoken, The Letter [...]
With an impressive musical resume including five years playing for Kutless and stints in rock worship bands Worth Dying For and Kingdom, Nate is an experienced instrumentalist. With his debut album I'm A Wreck, for the first time the world had the opportunity to hear his perspective as well as his notable guitar riff skills. The result is true Christian punk rock: the kind that challenges the ruling powers of our modern landscape while pledging allegiance to the Kingdom of Heaven alone. We talked about that kind of music, and about his impressive DIY work ethic, in this exclusive interview.
Nate Parrish (of Kutless and Worth Dying For) has released a brand new music video for the song "Mind Monopoly" from his newly released solo album I'm A Wreck.
Kutless guitarist Nate Parrish is due to release his debut solo album on June 19.
Fans of early Kutless will be excited to learn that the band is working on new music, saying it will be heavier than 2006 release Hearts of the Innoncent. In a recent post on social media, the band said that "James Mead and producer Josiah Prince finally got started on the new Kutless album yesterday! [...]
Veteran rock and worship band Kutless is asking fans to help raise funds for former PAX217 bassist's daughter, Rowen.