11 Songs, 50 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
23 Ratings
23 Ratings
Stryper Fan since '84 ,

Sweet & Lynch!!

You can’t not love this album! My God, Michael and George just keep getting better with age! And yes, the other band members are awesome! Banging my head...80’s style!!

TuneBot76 ,

Very nice!

The first album was very good, so I had to grab this one one. This album definitely has more variety than the first and George Lynch’s playing excels throughout. Michael Sweet sounds very Stryperesk in this album and that’s a good thing to me. All in all this is 2.0 as far as I am concerned. Everything is better than the first album, which I did not expect.

surfernw ,

How about a tour!!!

Favorite guitarist of all time. How about you guys head up to Portland OR and blow some minds!

About Sweet & Lynch

Based out of Boston, Massachusetts, seasoned hard rock unit Sweet & Lynch is built around the sizeable talents of hard rock/metal legends vocalist Michael Sweet (Stryper) and virtuosic guitar player George Lynch (Dokken, Lynch Mob). Hastened into existence by Frontiers Music president Serafino Perugino, who asked Sweet to lend his distinctive vocals to some sessions he was working on with Lynch, the studio project eventually morphed into a full-on entity with Sweet producing and co-writing songs with Lynch. Rounded out by another pair of classic hard rock veterans, bassist James LoMenzo (ex-Megadeth, White Lion, Black Label Society) and drummer Brian Tichy (ex-Whitesnake), the band issued their debut long-player, Only to Rise, in January 2015. While it only placed in the bottom half of the Top 200, it did hit number four on the Christian Albums, and placed inside the Top 20 on the U.S. Top Hard Rock Albums, U.S. Independent Albums, and U.S. Top Rock Albums. After several bouts of national touring, the band re-entered the studio. In July of 2017, the single "Promised Land" was released via the internet to critical acclaim, along with the first of four documentary videos about the recording of their sophomore full-length. Entitled Unified, the album was released in November. ~ James Christopher Monger

Boston, MA