STRYPER – No More Hell To Pay

STRYPER - No More Hell To Pay
  • 8.5/10
    STRYPER - No More Hell To Pay - 8.5/10


Frontiers Records
Release date: November 1, 2013

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10/10 (1 vote)

Multi-platinum Christian Glamsters Stryper are still fighting the good fight with their latest release No More Hell To Pay.  If you’re a Metalhead who viewed Stryper as cheesy or opportunistic in the past (if not annoying), you’re not alone, but make no mistake about the band in 2013 because this new release ROCKS! The drumplay provided by Robert Sweet is fat and will test the druthers of any subwoofer known to man (or God), and the hooks and leads provided by Michael Sweet and Oz Fox come through much more in the Traditional Metal vein than Glam Metal.’

There are 11 original tracks on No More Hell To Pay along with a cover of “Jesus Is Alright” (made famous by the Doobie Brothers), and all of them are top shelf performances that (believe it or not) have a “dark” feel to them, even though the messages delivered continue to be rooted in deep Christian beliefs. Kudos go to Stryper for continuing to evolve and for not being afraid to let their hair down, so to speak … a must buy for Traditional, Melodic, and Glam Metal fans in 2013.


  • Dan Skiba

    Dan is a former partner at Metal Express Radio, and also served as a reviewer, photographer and interviewer on occasions. Based out of Indianapolis, USA he was first turned on to Hard Rock music in the mid-1970s when he purchased Deep Purple's Machine Head as his first album. He was immediately enthralled with the powerful guitar sound and pronounced drumbeat, and had to get more! His collection quickly expanded to include as many of Heavy Rock bands of the time that he could get his hands on, such as Ted Nugent, Judas Priest, and Black Sabbath, to name just a few.

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