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No More Hell to Pay
     

No More Hell to Pay

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by Stryper
 

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Produced by longtime frontman/guitar player Michael Sweet, No More Hell to Pay, the eighth collection of new, original material from the stalwart Christian metal outfit, arrives just months after 2013's Second Coming, a 16-track retrospective consisting of re-recorded versions of some of their best-known songs. Heavy,

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Produced by longtime frontman/guitar player Michael Sweet, No More Hell to Pay, the eighth collection of new, original material from the stalwart Christian metal outfit, arrives just months after 2013's Second Coming, a 16-track retrospective consisting of re-recorded versions of some of their best-known songs. Heavy, reverent, and hook-filled, yet imbued with a patina of minor chord-induced darkness, the new album, which according to Sweet, is "the record we needed to make as a follow up to To Hell with the Devil, features 12 new cuts, including the blistering first single, "No More Hell to Pay.,"

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Release Date:
11/05/2013
Label:
Frontiers Records
UPC:
8024391062227
catalogNumber:
106222
Rank:
18326

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No More Hell to Pay 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is the best studio album recorded by Stryper. I have been a fan since I first heard their music in 1984. I listen to dozens of different bands so please do not interpret the following statements as being "bias". Stryper is one of the few bands ever to improve with each album they release. I cannot name ONE lead singer from 1984 who can match Michael Sweet's vocal range today. The last note of this album nearly cracked my windshield and probably frightened small animals in my neighborhood! Awesome... Of course I am not going to forget Tim Gaines and Oz Fox who also have taken great care of their voices and still today provide harmonies that are equal to Queen before Freddie Mercury's passing. When it comes to lead and bass guitar work, Fox and Gaines hold their own and surpass many who dared to strap on a guitar and step on to a stage. The great thing about Stryper is that the guitars work together, no one is in the background and no one is a true lead guitar. Then there is Robert Sweet. I would not be surprised if Robert's real last name is Van Halen and he was adopted. Much like Alex Van Halen, Robert Sweet is ageless when he sits behind a drum set... forever 22. He has rock solid bass drum rhythms that drive each song, crisp high-hat and bell work on the cymbals and tight snare and tom hits that seamlessly guide the transitions between verse/chorus/bridges. To sum up, Stryper gets it. Music first, ego second and rest will fall into place. Kind of makes you believe in God, eh?