Tag: Stryper

  • Stryper Goes Death Metal?

    {Post Edited 2/13/18} In 1988, Stryper decided to follow-up their highest selling album To Hell With the Devil with the very polished album In God We Trust (IGWT). The album was closer to pop and more radio friendly. The result was a mixed reception by fans and critics.   Fast forward to 2018. Following the album No More Hell Pay  […]

  • Stryper: Live at the Whiskey

    Stryper: Live at the Whiskey

    In the world of auto-tune, lip-synching and the gambit of other “live performance enhancers,” it is a rare  hear/see a band just lay themselves out there; but the is exactly what Stryper does on their “Live at the Whiskey” release. Live at the Whiskey is the latest release by Stryper and includes a DVD and […]

  • Review: Honestly – My Life & Stryper Revealed

    Review: Honestly – My Life & Stryper Revealed

    I just finished reading Honestly: My Life and Stryper Revealed by Michael Sweet last night. It is a fast read and if I was 20 years younger, I could have stayed awake long enough to read it in one night instead of two. Like many of the songs Michael has written, there are many layers to the book. […]

  • No More Hell To Pay

    Front man Michael Sweet (@michaelhsweet) for the 80’s Rock Band Stryper (@stryper) has called the band’s latest release, No More Hell to Pay , the album they should have made after the hit album To Hell With the Devil.  Sweet goes on to explain how In God We Trust was over-thought resulting in an over-produced album that was too polished. […]