Legendary hard rockers Stryper have released a new single, ‘See No Evil, Hear No Evil’. The song will appear on their upcoming studio album, which is due later this year via Frontiers Music. The follow-up to 2020’s “Even The Devil Believes” was produced by guitarist/vocalist Michael Sweet and was once again recorded at SpiritHouse Recording Studios in Northampton, Massachusetts.
Sweet stated about the track: “‘See No Evil, Hear No Evil’ was, believe it or not, inspired by the health issues that Oz [Fox, guitar] and I have been faced with. Despite our limitations, we were able to deliver an album that is powerful and relevant and ‘See No Evil, Hear No Evil’ is the perfect track to showcase that. We could not be more excited about this album! The best is yet to come.”
‘See No Evil, Hear No Evil’ follows last month’s successful release of another new single, ‘Rise To The Call’, which has been receiving praise from press and fans alike in the buildup to Stryper‘s new LP. The effort firmly continues the trend established over the band’s last few albums, with Stryper growing heavier while also maintaining their trademark melodies, virtuoso guitar playing, and air-tight rhythms.
When ‘Rise To The Call’ was first released, Sweet commented: “Although we have faced many obstacles over the past few years, we were somehow able to rise above everything that stood in our way and deliver (what I believe to be) our strongest release to date.