STRYPER have announced a free show for Uncasville, CT on January 3rd at the Mohegan Sun Casino. The band's schedule is now as follows:
30 - Peppermill Concert Hall - Wendover, NV
20 - Sculley's Shooters - North Platte, NE (Michael Sweet and Oz Fox acoustic)
3 - Mohegan Sun Casino - Uncasville, CT
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for updates and ticket information.
Photo: Mark Weiss
Frontiers Records recently announced the release of Stryper's new studio album, No More Hell To Pay; the offering has been confirmed for a November 5th release in North America and will be available in two formats - standard CD and deluxe digipak featuring exclusive video content. Produced by frontman/guitarist Michael Sweet himself, the set features some of Stryper's strongest and heaviest material ever.
According to an update from Sweet, issued on August 17th: "Just finished shooting video #1 and now off to location to shoot video #2! Time to sweat outside - it's over 100."
Stay tuned for video details in the coming weeks. Check out a special video message from Michael Sweet below:
Sweet also commented, "No More Hell To Pay marks our 30 year anniversary and what a journey it has been! It's our eleventh studio release since our first album in 1984 (The Yellow & Black Attack) and it's quite possibly our best record to date. Why? It's everything you might expect from a Stryper record - high octane vocals, layered vocal harmonies, guitar solos galore, driving drums and bass and an energy that hasn't been achieved since our glory days. The message is equally as powerful as it offers hope and inspiration to anyone listening. If you're a Stryper fan, it'll make you proud to be one. If you're not, listen with caution as you may actually become one. We've been waving the striped flag for 30 years and we're proud to say that it's an honor to still be making music with you and for you. The best is yet to come and it's coming November 5th!"
No More Hell To Pay tracklisting:
'No More Hell To Pay'
'Saved By Love'
'Jesus Is Alright'
'Marching Into Battle'
'Sticks & Stones'
'Water Into Wine'