STRYPER's Michael Sweet Talks No More Hell To Pay, Never-Ending Mission Of Rocking For God And More; Audio
November 11, 2013, 6 years ago
STRYPER singer/guitarist Michael Sweet just this past Friday was featured on WVOX.com's Metal Mayhem show in New York where he called in from Boston, MA sounding the bell for the bands latest release, No More Hell To Pay.
For thirty years Stryper has stood their ground and have continued to spread their powerful message of rocking for Jesus Christ without hesitation. The group's hard work and labor has paid off again on No More Hell To Pay, showcasing and unveiling a heavier, stronger side to the band. Michael Sweet and Stryper have for three decades now devoted their lives to a global campaign of encouraging others through the gift of their music. Since 1984's Yellow And black Attack album, Michael Sweet and Stryper have gifted their loyal legions of fans with a lifetime of incredible songs and equally impressive world-class live performances. Now, in 2013, Stryper returns with No More Hell To Pay, produced again by Mr. Sweet himself, and quite possibly their best record of their career. Hosts Matthew O'Shaughnessy and Tony Gizzo welcomed back old WVOX friend Michael Sweet live on Metal Mayhem who spoke in detail about the Styper's latest album, upcoming live appearances, being the first Christian hard rock band to gain acceptance in the mainstream and thirty years of rocking for God.
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Audio samples for all tracks from No More Hell To Pay are streaming at this location.