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Luti Kriss
Origin Douglasville, Georgia, US
Genres Metalcore, nu metal, post-hardcore, Christian metal
Years active 1997–2001
Labels Pluto, Solid State
Associated acts Norma Jean, The Chariot, Spitfire, Underoath, '68, Everytime I Die, Colour Revolt
Members Josh Scogin
Scottie Henry
Chris Day
Josh Doolittle
Daniel Davison
Past members Josh Swafford
Mick Bailey

Luti-Kriss was a Christian metalcore[1] outfit from Atlanta, Georgia formed in 1997 that later evolved into the metalcore band Norma Jean. The band changed their name to Norma Jean in 2002, but is largely seen as a different band by both fans and the band alike. The band's change in direction was one reason for the change, as well as confusion with Georgia-born rapper Ludacris.


Final Line-up[edit]


  • Josh Swofford - Bass (1997–2000)
  • Mick Bailey- Turntables (1997–2001) Left during recording of "Throwing Myself", but is featured on the majority of the album




  1. ^ "Interview with Daniel Davison of Luti-Kriss". ArtforEars. Retrieved August 22, 2015.