STRYPER To Release Live CD Next Summer

December 3, 2003

Legendary Christian rock band STRYPER will be releasing a live CD sometime in the middle of 2004. The as-yet-untitled effort will be compiled from a collection of live recordings made during the group's recently completed reunion tour — the band's first nationwide performance junket in more than 12 years. In other news, it has now been confirmed that STRYPER will be playing in a "foreign land" early next year, according to a post on the group's web site. More information will be made available in early January.

As previously reported, STRYPER filmed their Oct. 24 show at the Ogden Theater in Denver, Colorado for an upcoming live DVD, tentatively due in 2004.

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