Stryper has been on an incredible run since reforming in 2003. This is especially true of the band's last three studio albums: No More Hell To Pay (2013), Fallen (2015) and God Damn Evil (2018). The latter two albums are arguably the band's best. Part of the success of the recent albums lies in the … Continue reading Song Spotlight/Song Of The Week – Blood From Above by Stryper
Stryper is currently in the studio recording a brand new album. The untitled project will be the follow-up to the band's album God Damn Evil (2018). The new album will be their eleventh original studio album. Michael Sweet recently stated that this new album will be the band's best and most powerful to date. … Continue reading Will 2020 Be Stryper’s Best Year?
I am still basking in the afterglow of the Stryper concert at The Stony Pony in Asbury Park, New Jersey on Wednesday May the ninth. It was an incredible show! A few days prior to attending the show I posted on a Stryper Facebook fan group. I stated that I would love to see a … Continue reading Stryper Live At The Stone Pony
Stryper recently released their newest album, God Damn Evil. First things first, this album ROCKS!!! Is it Stryper's best album? At this time I am inclined to say that it is not. That distinction belongs to Fallen (2015). However, I am reserving my judgement. Only time will tell, so ask me in a year and … Continue reading Album Spotlight: God Damn Evil By Stryper
Stryper is currently in the early stages of promoting their soon to be released album, God Damn Evil. This seems like a prime opportunity to reflect on and rank the band’s prior studio albums. My introduction to the band came in 1987 through MTV. Stryper's insanely popular music videos for Free, Calling On You and … Continue reading Ranking The Stryper Albums
https://youtu.be/OWvdLnP8m3I The brand new Stryper song, Take It To The Cross, was recently released online. The band's new album, God Damn Evil, will be released on April 20th. Stryper has been getting quite a bit of attention since releasing the name of the album and the album cover art. Many are questioning the meaning of … Continue reading Stryper’s Take It To The Cross
Reborn is Stryper's sixth studio album, released in 2005. It was the first album recorded after the band had reunited. In 1992 Stryper decided to disband and Michael Sweet went on to pursue a solo career. 2003 saw the band reunite to record two brand new songs for a greatest hits album. A short, but … Continue reading Album Spotlight: Reborn by Stryper
For the last month the song Pride, by Stryper, has been at the forefront of my mind. I can not get enough of this song. The song is featured on Stryper's most recent album Fallen, which was released in late 2015. One could strongly argue that Fallen is Stryper's best album. It is by far … Continue reading Song Spotlight: Stryper’s Pride