Stryper are ramping up to their new studio album, 'No More Hell to Pay,' and the band is ready to debut a new track here at Noisecreep. 'Legacy' finds the iconic Christian rockers in fine form.

The song is a driving track led by Michael Sweet's hard-hitting vocals and some Oz Fox guitar riffs that power the song. Meanwhile, bassist Tim Gaines and drummer Robert Sweet deliver some solid low end while keeping the momentum high.

Speaking about the band's latest album, frontman Michael Sweet says, "It's our eleventh studio release since our first album in 1984 and it's quite possibly our best record to date. Why? It's everything you might expect from a Stryper record -- high octane vocals, layered vocal harmonies, guitar solos galore, driving drums and bass and an energy that hasn't been achieved since our glory days. The message is equally as powerful as it offers hope and inspiration to anyone listening. If you're a Stryper fan, it'll make you proud to be one. If you're not, listen with caution as you may actually become one." Sweet goes on to hype the new record in a video that can be seen at this location.

If you like what you hear, you can pick up 'No More Hell to Pay' featuring the song 'Legacy' on Nov. 5. You can also pre-order the disc here. Stryper will play scattered dates in October and November, with additional shows booked for early next year. To see the band's current itinerary, click here.

Listen to Stryper's 'Legacy'

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