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Walmart refuses to carry a Christian rock bands new album

Christian rock band STRYPER is in hot water with Walmart.  The national chain has refused to carry the band new album due to concerns over it's title.  

The album titled "GOD DAMN EVIL" will be released on April 20th.  Walmart in addition to several other Christian retail chains have decided not to carry the album.  The band is disappointed that something that was meant for good be misinterpreted and misunderstood.


WALMART Refuses To Carry STRYPER's New Album, 'God Damn Evil'

Expressing concerns over the album title, leading national retail chain Walmart has refused to carry STRYPER's upcoming 10th studio LP, . Several Christian retail chains have also objected to the title and declined to carry "God Damn Evil" in their stores. "We're disappointed," says STRYPER frontman Michael Sweet.