The Roxx Regime Demos is the eleventh release and third compilation album by Stryper consisting of songs originally released under the band's previous name, Roxx Regime, except for the track "Honestly", which is taken from a later demo. While the album's general release was on July 10, 2007, pre-sale purchases at Stryper.com shipped on July 7, 2007, a reference to 777, a holy number in Christianity and one that used to appear onstage at Stryper concerts.
Greg Prato of Allmusic said, "you hear a band that had pretty much found their sound early on". He compared the band favorably to other pop-metal bands of the time, but said the album was "aimed at die-hard die-hard Stryper fans". Ken Pierce of Piercing Metal said the songs "rock quite well and are a fun listen", but also stated that the release was for die-hard fans.