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No More Hell To Pay

No More Hell To Pay

Artist: Stryper

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Artist: Stryper
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DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: FRONTIERS RECORDS
Rel. Date: 11/05/2013
UPC: 8024391062227

More Info:

No More Hell to Pay is Stryper's eighth original studio album. Produced by frontman/guitarist Michael Sweet, the set features some of Stryper's strongest and heaviest material yet. Fans of the bands earlier material like Soldiers Under Command and To Hell With The Devil will embrace this album with open arms.

Reviews:

Of the album, Michael Sweet says: 'The new Stryper album, No More Hell To Pay, is the record we needed to make as a follow up to To Hell With The Devil. Every song has a hooky guitar riff. Everything is in minor keys, so it's a little darker sounding and a little tougher. It's definitely our heaviest record and I think people will be pleasantly surprised. To reference, there is less songs like Calling On You and more songs like To Hell With The Devil. It's more in that vein than the poppier vein.'

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