Stryper Extends Deal with Frontier Records

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Mar 142021
 

Frontiers Music and Stryper are pleased to announce they have extended their working relationship for the release of more new studio albums together.

Stryper and Frontiers originally joined forces in 2013 for the release of “Second Coming,” an album comprised of new recordings of 14 songs from the band’s early years, as well as two brand new songs. What followed has been a string of critically and commercially successful studio albums, including “No More Hell To Pay” (2013), “Fallen” (2015), “God Damn Evil” (2018), and “Even The Devil Believes” (2020). Additionally, a live album and long-form video, “Live At The Whisky” (2014) was released as well. Everyone of the albums released on Frontiers in the past eight years has successfully charted on the Billboard US Top 200 album chart and topped the Hot 100, Rock, Hard Rock, Current, and Christian Music album charts.

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Mar 082021
 

Stryper guitarist Oz Fox was hospitalized on Thursday, October 22nd, 2020 after suffering a major seizure. He was put on an anti-seizure medication following the episode and plans were made for Fox to undergo brain surgery for two tumors that were first discovered in August 2018.

Fox underwent the first of two planned surgeries on March 4th. His wife Annie shared the following update on the surgery and condition:

Update on Oz Fox for Sunday. News news news Wrap is off his head! Walking! (picture below)

It was a beautiful Sunday! Of course Oz is in great spirits, hope filled attitude & excited to get out of the hospital. BUT not yet…Dr. wants to watch over him for a few more days.

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Mar 062021
 

Stryper guitarist Oz Fox was hospitalized on Thursday, October 22nd, 2020 after suffering a major seizure. He was put on an anti-seizure medication following the episode and plans were made for Fox to undergo brain surgery for two tumors that were first discovered in August 2018.

Fox underwent the first of two planned surgeries on March 4th. His wife Annie shared the following update on the surgery and condition:

“He is out of surgery & in ICU! I’m getting ready to see Oz. Light at the end of the tunnel! Doctor just came down before to see me and shared: 

Oz did great during surgery with guitar playing & talking up a storm about favorite tv shows! 

We have a few complications/concerns. 

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Feb 102021
 

In Summer of 2020 Stryper went to SpiritHouse Studios and performed the entire album, “Even The Devil Believes”, The performance is a high-quality and multi-camera shoot. The world premiere of this memorable event happened in November of 2020 and it’s now available with new bonus material: Never-before-seen bonus footage, two commentary videos of the official videos from that album, as well as behind the scenes and interview footage.

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Jan 262021
 

Stryper guitarist Oz Fox is scheduled to undergo brain surgery later this month to treat one of the tumors that were found in his head — one by his ear and the other in the back of his brain — when he suffered his first seizure in August 2018 while performing with Sin City Sinners at Harrah’s in Las Vegas.

More than two years after the tumors were discovered, both have grown and are posing a serious health risk to the guitarist, who turned 59 last June. Specifically, the tumor behind the ear, if it continues to grow, could cause hearing loss, balance, vision and spinal problems, while the tumor in the back of Oz‘s brain is in the area where left side of his arms, hands and body operate. Removing it could affect the upper left motor function and potential ability to recognize faces and objects.

Fox offered an update on his health during a January 17 interview with Sin City Sinners manager Jason Green. Speaking about his upcoming procedure, the video chat can be watched below.

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