The fans have spoken and Stryper's 'No More Hell to Pay' has been voted as Noisecreep's November 2013 Release of the Month.

The Christian metal vets earned a decisive victory over the competition, though Dream Theater's 'Live at Luna Park' and Scott Stapp's 'Proof of Life' put up a good fight before Stryper pulled away from the pack.

Though 'No More Hell to Pay' doesn't arrive until Nov. 5, fans are already embracing a couple of new songs. The band issued the preview cut 'Legacy' through Noisecreep last month to positive returns and followed by debuting the video for the 'No More Hell to Pay' title track via Loudwire. The clip has already jumped into the Top 10 of Noisecreep's Battle Royale Video Countdown.

With the powerful vocals of Michael Sweet, the standout licks of Oz Fox and killer low end provided by bassist Tim Gaines and drummer Robert Sweet, Stryper have carved out a stellar career and they're only bolstering their legacy with this new album. With 'No More Hell to Pay,' which was produced by frontman Michael Sweet, the band has been garnering some of their best reviews in years.

Those interested in picking up Stryper's 'No More Hell to Pay' can do so via iTunes or getting the standard and deluxe editions at Amazon. In addition, fans can look for the band playing songs from 'No More Hell to Pay' at scattered dates over the coming months. One of those shows, a Nov. 16 performance at the Whisky-a-Go-Go in Los Angeles, will be recorded for an upcoming live disc. To see their full itinerary, click here.

Congrats to Stryper's 'No More Hell to Pay' on being named Noisecreep's November 2013 Release of the Month. Stay tuned for the December 2013 Release of the Month poll coming soon.

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