Z93 recently spoke with singer/guitarist Michael Sweet of Stryper ahead of the band's upcoming show this Saturday, May 18 at The Chance. Check out Tigman's full interview with Michael here.
Michael Sweet talks touring in the 80's, what could have been if the band toured with Slayer, the possibility of a new covers album, the band's newest member, bassist Perry Richardson and more. Listen to the full interview with below. Christian metal band Stryper rose to fame in the 1980's with a string of hits and MTV music videos. The band's debut EP The Yellow and Black Attack was released in 1983 on Enigma Records along with Soldiers Under Command (1985). Their most successful period would be the mid 80's with the release of the platinum selling To Hell With the Devil. The band would release two more albums 1988's In God We Trust and 1990's Against The Law before disbanding. They reunited in 1999 and have continued to record and tour ever since with their latest album being 2018's God Damn Evil. Don't miss Stryper with special guests: Big Guns, FirstBourne and The Blameless Project this Saturday at The Chance. Click here for tickets.
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