We are very excited and happy to announce that in anticipation of the new Stryper album ‘Second Coming’ we have just launched a brand new episode, a special edition of Strictly Stryper, where we will debut 2 brand new tracks from the album! In addition we will also get to hear Michael Sweet’s thoughts on the new record and 30 years of Stryper via the new Stryper EPK.

Also you will get to hear a brand new track from Liberty n Justice featuring Tim Gaines, as well as tracks from Sin Dizzy, Michael Sweet and much more! So tune in and be one of the first to hear some brand new music from the March 26th release of… SECOND COMING!!

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