Photo: Iana Domingos ACCEPT could have hardly chosen a more fitting title for their new record - Too Mean To Die. First a virus interrupted the recording process of their 16th studio album in early 2020, and now the same rotten thing caused the release to be postponed by two weeks, to January 29th. However, ACCEPT will not be..
It has been three years since The Rise Of Chaos and while the Covid-19 pandemic has got in the way of tours, it has not stopped Accept with their new album Too Mean To Die. guitarist and lone original member WOLF HOFFMANN talks to Velvet Thunder about the new record, new band members and takes..
Photo: Deaf Music Unfortunately, with a heavy heart we have to postpone the release of the new ACCEPT album Too Mean To Die from January 15th to January 29th 2021. Due to a COVID-19 related pressing plant closure the finished product has been massively delayed so that the planned release on Jan 15th 2021 cannot be kept. We are..
Take a trip through the Accept's discography and there has not only been some pretty special albums but a band that set down a blueprint. Since their return with Mark Tornillo on vocals in 2009 and their storming album Blood Of The Nations, the band has been on something of a roll not only bringing..
In uncertain times like these you can rely on ACCEPT to deliver the goods - they will not let anything or anyone get them down, not even a virus. The metal legends prove this definitively with brand new single Too Mean To Die - the title track from their upcoming record. Released as a single today, it is intended both as a gift to fans and to whet the appetite..
ACCEPT are back! The German kingpins of heavy metal will release new single The Undertaker on October 2nd 2020 via Nuclear Blast, accompanied by a brilliant video.. The track is the first insight into their new studio album. More details will be revealed on this in due course. Photo: Deaf Music The single will be a 2-track featuring a previously unreleased live..
DIRKSCHNEIDER is confirmed as the special guest for HELLOWEEN's upcoming United Alive Part II European tour 2020. Udo Dirkschneider and his band will be performing songs solely from his era with ACCEPT, the band he experienced his worldwide breakthrough with at the beginning of the '80s. His voice is the soul of such timeless hits..
ACCEPT are currently busy preparing for their two upcoming North American shows next week; on November 8th at the Arcada Theater in St. Charles, IL and November 10th at the Foamhenge Festival in Houston,TX. In preparation for those shows, today, the band put out this statement: "Unfortunately, Uwe Lulis will not be able to join..