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Nearly 30 years after their debut rocked the Christian-music world, Stryper deliver an album that equals or exceeds the best of their work from the ‘80s. No More Hell to Pay contains all the elements that made this band so influential back in the day, delivering high melodic content with a metal-tipped attack, all in the service of an uncompromising God-centered message. Lead singer/guitarist Michael Sweet produces the tracks with an ear for 21st-century production values while ensuring the original intensity of the group comes through. Sweet’s powerhouse vocals are matched by Oz Fox’s fret-burning lead guitar and Robert Sweet’s slamming drumwork. The best news here is the strength of Stryper’s new material, evident in the album’s fist-shaking faith anthems (the title track), simmering praise ballads (“The One”), and galloping testimonies to a higher Love (“Te Amo”). “Marching Into Battle” harkens back to the vivid warfare imagery that made Stryper’s initial releases so compelling. The band complements its originals with a hard-pumping remake of “Jesus Is Just Alright.”

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Awesome new song!

I love no more hell to pay,sounds like old school Stryper with a new school vibe! This is going to be one of their best albums yet!


Awesome that we have the blessing of another Stryper album! I'm very exited!!! Thanks guys!!! I have listening Stryper since I was 13 years old now I'm 36 so do the math. Mood (happy) :)

No more hell to pay!

Got my copy of the single! Awesome stuff!


Formed: 1983 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Heavy metal has been associated with ol' Beelzebub ever since its inception, but a few acts took the opposite route and put their Christian beliefs in hard-rocking songs, such as Stryper. Formed in Orange County, California in 1983, the group was originally known as Roxx Regime, and consisted of singer/guitarist/main songwriter Michael Sweet, drummer Robert Sweet, lead guitarist Oz Fox, and bassist Timothy Gaines. It wasn't until the group changed its name to Stryper (which stood for "Salvation Through...
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