STRYPER RELEASES NEW SINGLE FROM FORTHCOMING ALBUM

Christian Rockers STRYPER released today “Bleeding from the Inside Out,” the first digital single off the forthcoming album Second Coming due for release on Frontiers Records on March 26th in North America. The song is one of the 2 original tracks that can be found on this new release (with the other being “Blackened”). The other 14 songs making up the new album are brand new recordings of STRYPER classics taken from the band’s first three albums: “The Yellow and Black Attack,” “Soldiers Under Command” and “To Hell With the Devil.” Second Coming is produced by Stryper frontman Michael Sweet.

The single is available for download via iTunes, Amazon and other digital retailers, and can be streamed digitally through Spotify.

Also available is a new video EPK that the band prepared for the new album: www.youtube.com/watch?v=MdiJhZmecqk.

Artwork for the single “Bleeding from the Inside Out” can be downloaded here:www.frontiers.it/download/StryperBleeding.jpg.

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