16:43 - Apothecary That was always my one issue with them too, flight, as good as everything else is. I think they're putting out a new album this year though, so I'm curious to see if that gets changed in any way
16:39 - flightoficarus Really digging Vattnet Viskar, except for the vocals. Too much distortion, not enough presence.
16:39 - Apothecary Damn, nobody had added Mr. Bungle until today? Glad that atrocity got cleared up
16:23 - Hex_Omega Journey to the deepest corners of your mind [link]
15:56 - Timmeh Played through RE4 for the first time a month ago and was absolutely astonished, one of the best gaming experiences of my life.
15:32 - J. N. Red: By the end of the game, you can shoot him with no consequences.
Stryper's vocalist/guitarist Michal Sweet and Lynch Mob, ex-Dokken guitarist George Lynch have recently launched their new band Sweet & Lynch. Now, they have premiered the new Sweet & Lynch video for the track "The Wish". If you are curious about this project, watch it here!
Stryper's new album is coming. According to guitarist/vocalist Michael Sweet of the American metallers, the band is in writing mode for their next studio album for a 2015 release via Frontiers. He writes on Facebook that they will start pre-production in mid-January and begin tracking on February 1st. Start preparing to hear the successor to No More Hell To Pay!
Heavy metal outfit Stryper will release a concert CD/DVD combination called Live At The Whisky on September 23rd in North America and September 19th in Europe via Frontiers Records. The live recording was captured at a sold-out show last November at the legendary Whisky a Go Go in West Hollywood, California. For now, you can watch the DVD trailer below!
It's been more than 20 years since Stryper has released a music video, which also says a lot about the band's longevity. But their new clip has been premiered online now. "No More Hell To Pay" was the track chosen for the new video and also serves as the title track for the band's new album due out on November 5th through Frontiers Records.
The official lyric video for the song "Revelation" from heavy metallers Stryper has made its debut online which means you can finally listen to the first full song off the band's new album No More Hell To Pay, to be released on November 1st in Europe and November 5th in North America via Frontiers Records. Enjoy!
Who wants to hear something from the new Stryper album? Well, the band has released audio samples of three songs from No More Hell To Pay, the new album from the American heavy metallers which can now be streamed in the YouTube clip below. The songs available for listening are "Revelation", "Saved By Love" and "Marching Into Battle". Does it sound promising?
After they have completed work on their new studio album No More Hell To Pay, which will be out on Novemeber 1st (November 5th in North America) via Frontiers Records, heavy metallers Stryper have now also unveiled the album artwork.
Heavy metallers Stryper have revealed that they will release their new studio album No More Hell To Pay on November 1st via Frontiers Records. The new release will include a cover version of "Jesus Is Just Alright", a gospel song written by Arthur Reid Reynolds. And while there is still some time for the release, the band says that this is the album they needed to make as a follow-up to To Hell With The Devil.
Heavy metallers Stryper have completed work on their new studio album No More Hell To Pay which is due later this year via Frontiers Records. The album's tracklist has been revealed and includes a cover version of "Jesus Is Just Alright", a gospel song written by Arthur Reid Reynolds. Keep an eye out for more details about this new release and song samples.
At the beginning of the week Stryper frontman Michael Sweet announced his band is about to start recording a new album of cover songs from bands that influenced Stryper musically growing up.
Now, the Stryper vocalist/guitarist also announced he decided to periodically release the specific songs the band will be recording via his personal twitter account. You can join him on twitter and be the first to know the songs Stryper will be covering for this upcoming album. This will be the only place the band'll be releasing this information.
Confirmed cover songs so far include "Breaking The Law" by Judas Priest, "The Trooper" by Iron Maiden and "Blackout" by Scorpions.
Stryper is pleased to announce that on December 21, 2008 at 11PM (EST), song samples from the upcoming album "Murder By Pride" along with a major contest will be launched! The contest is a historic first for Stryper and will give one lucky fan the opportunity of a lifetime and become a part of Stryper history! Visit http://www.stryper.com or http://michaelsweet.com on December 21, 2008 at 11PM (EST) to access the contest details and song samples.
For contest details & song samples from "Murder By Pride", you need to enter your e-mail address at this location.
Vocalist Michael Sweet of Stryper has issued an update on the upcoming album:
"I'm still tracking vocals in my studio and we plan to start mixing by the first week in February. We should be finished mixing by the end of February and then we'll master, do a photo shoot and then the rest will be up to artwork department at Big3 to put it all together and package it."
Michael estimates that the album will be out in July/August followed by a tour.
"The record sounds amazing and it will have everything that you've always wanted a Stryper record to have - melodies, guitar solos, stacked vocal harmonies and screams. Sonically, it's our best to date. It's a very edgy record yet at the same time it retains it's melodic sense. I'll keep you updated as we progress."
Stryper guitarist Oz Fox (Bloodgood) has revealed that the US Christian Heavy Metal band are currently recording their new album "on the east coast." The as-yet-untitled new album is the follow-up to the band's 2005 comeback album, Reborn, and is expected out later this year.
Stryper have announced five shows for Spain, due to take place in November. Their schedule is as follows:
7 - Santiago de Compostela - Capitol
9 - Palencia - Fronton Municipal Eras de Santa Marina
10 - Madrid - Joy Eslava
12 - Bilbao - Santana 27
13 - Barcelona - Apolo