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Stryper - Live at the Whisky

The legacy of Stryper as a cornerstone in the hard rock market runs back 30 years to the days when creating the genre’s top hard rocking riffs wasn’t following suit from bands that came before them, but developing an art that was still new to listeners, and in just a few short years, viewers too as MTV was on the rise. Be it FM radio, or music television – Stryper cornered the market in both venues and will long be known as the first band to cross over the Christian rock market with mainstream hard rock. Truly, they are musical legends that have stood the test of time, and for all the right reasons.

Stryper - No More Hell to Pay on November 5th

Frontiers Records is proud to announce the release of iconic Christian rockers Stryper’s new studio album, “No More Hell to Pay” the offering has been confirmed for a November 1st release in Europe and November 5th in North America and will be available in two formats – standard CD and deluxe digipak featuring exclusive video content.
 
Produced by frontman/guitarist Michael Sweet himself, the set features some of Stryper’s strongest and heaviest material ever. Check out a special video message from Michael Sweet below. 
 

Warlord - The Holy Empire

Warlord’s new album and forthcoming gigs in Greece have created more uproar, blood sweat and tears and more heated arguments that most football matches, political conversations and Mexican Soap Operas put together!
 

I Am Empire - Anchors

Coming back, after a widely acclaimed album and various successful live shows, to the studio so as to write a new album is fun but not always that easy for any band, I think. I Am Empire had two ways to follow. The one was to repeat the same recipe of their previous successful work and give their fans one of the same and the other was to evolve, try out new things and go further.
 
Luckily, they chose the second path and that’s not very weird for they are young and now it’s their time to go on and not get stuck in a certain place repeating themselves. Surely, some of their “old fans” will nag about that but then again what can a band do so as to leave everyone happy at long last?!