Stryper is headed back to the studio this fall. It’s been a couple of years since we’ve seen a release from the band: ‘Fallen’ was released in October of 2016 to positive reception. Michael Sweet has announced to Good Company, that:
“We’re gonna start recording a new album in October — we start pre-production — and we’ll probably be done by before Christmastime, at the latest just after Christmas. It will come out — if I had to guess — probably around April.”
Not without drama, bassist Tim Gaines is no longer listed on the Stryper roster. The mess left the band unable to push forward for a while, but the band ultimately made the decision to continue on in the best interest of the fans. All the best to Tim and Stryper in the future!
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