Experimental. Technical. Heavy. Perfect. Those are 4 adjectives that I’d use to describe this album. It was not what I was expecting. I was expecting a musical followup to God Damn Evil. Instead, I got a lesson in what amazing guitar playing and singing sounds like. All 4 members stepped up their game. They are now on a higher level than they’ve ever been, and I’m blown away. I’d compare my reaction to Even the Devil Believes to my reaction to Judas Priest the first time I heard Painkiller. Stunned, Shocked, maybe even a little intimidated but in a good way. 5 of 5 stars from me. Get this album. Now!
Interview /Live Photos: : Robert Cavuoto Building upon the success of his 2016 release One Sided War, Stryper frontman Michael Sweet returns with his tenth solo studio release aptly titled, Ten. It will be released in North America on October 11th via Rat Pak Records and available in Europe via Frontiers Music SRL. Ten […]
Lyrically, I would describe this latest album as fearless.
It’s not so much of a statement as a prayer request; it’s us asking God to damn evil. It’s that simple. It has created controversy.
The traditional noggin nodding familiar beat and riffs of the 80’s on songs like Make Your Mark, Heart of Fire are timeless.
Another hard rocking year has come to pass and that means more great music has come and gone in 2016. The best part for us writers who get the privilege to listen to a boatload of great music every year is introducing you to our favorite albums throughout the year. This year our staff of writers is sharing […]
Stryper Celebrates 30 Years of To Hell with the Devil at The Gramercy Theater in NYC 11/20/16
beyond a shadow of a doubt One Sided Army is is heaviest album, rivaling the power of most of Stryper’s catalog
To be honest there are times when we don’t all get along. There are four strong personalities and like a marriage you are going to have things to talk and work through