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|From: Axe Slinger
||Date: February 28, 2016 at 20:46|
|This disc has been out about 6 or 7 months and no comments? Wow. Where has everyone gone? Anyway, I actually like this better than NMHTP by a smidge. Yahweh is just a stellar, stellar opening track met by more of the same throughout. If the guys keep pumping out discs like the last two, they are going to find themselves among some of the metal masters. AOR / Hard Rock in the 80's, Metal Messiah's in 2015. 93 / 100
||Date: February 29, 2016 at 14:50|
|Perhaps because it should probably be over at Heavens Metal site? I picked this up when it came out. Do not like the opening track, the middle songs are good IMO. So much material from Michael Sweet these past few years, hard to keep track of it all.
||Date: March 1, 2016 at 8:25|
|Also bought it when it was released. Itīs slightly heavier and more straightforward album than No More Hell to Pay. A good disc but lacks melodies (and 3-4 great choruses) that made the previous cd so special.
||Date: January 29, 2017 at 12:22|
|Can STRYPER be a true metal-rock band they set out to be initially back in 1984? Yes - without a doubt. Off the heels of "No More Hell To Pay" their return to metal-rock roots, they one up themselves to write and deliver a damn-near perfect sounding hard rock/metal album. Away from their commercialized sounding of the classic Mtv era STRYPER, the band hits their true essence right on the nose and makes the bold statement that "STRYPER can rock just as hard as anyone else and stays true to who they are!" A multiple spinner this is, and literally blows "No More Hell To Pay" away! HIGHLIGHT TRACKS: #1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12. MY RATING: 97/100.
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