German heavy metal veterans Accept release their new album Blind Rage today in Europe via Nuclear Blast Records. The band has also released a new lyric video for the track "Final Journey" which you can now enjoy here. Furthermore, you can also watch below an official live video clip for their hit "Teutonic Terror," taken from the bonus DVD, which is part of the limited edition of Blind Rage.
As you probably know, Accept are gearing up for the release of Blind Rage, their brand new album. Today the band has released a new video and it is for the new track "Stampede", which opens the album. All you have to do now is check out the new song and video right here! Do you like the new song "Stampede"?
Originally set for July 18th, Accept's new album, the next chapter in their book of heavy metal, will now be out on August 15th in Europe and August 19th in North America via Nuclear Blast Records. The opus Blind Rage tracklist has now also been revealed as well as the different formats of the album. Upfront will be the single release of the opening track "Stampede," which will be out on July 11th, digitally and on a limited vinyl edition. The band also did a video clip for "Stampede," which will be ready by the end of June.
In support of their upcoming new release, Blind Rage, German heavy metal veterans Accept announced a headlining Blind Rage Eurpean Tour, which will be executed this September/October. The complete list of tour dates is available below the flyer. Check it out!
Two years have passed since the release of 2012's Stalingrad, and it's time for a new Accept album! The German heavy metal legends just revealed the first details of their upcoming album, that will be named Blind Rage and will be released worldwide on July 18th via Nuclear Blast Records. See the cover art here.
German heavy metal legends Accept are very busy this year headlining European festivals, preparing a new album as well as working on their first live DVD and CD but why stop there? The band has also announced the making of the first official Accept documentary. Helming the project will be Stefan Kaufmann as an expert of Accept's history.
German heavy metallers Accept have recently added Costa Rica as part of their Stalingrad World Tour 2012. Before that, the band will be touring North America and Europe in support of their latest release Stalingrad.
Two dynamic German forces have merged to co-headline a North American Teutonic Terror Attack in the most high-powered touring bill of 2012: Kreator and Accept. Opening the 23-show trek through the US and Canada will be Finland's Swallow The Sun. Kreator's new album, Phantom Antichrist, is slated for a North American release on June 5th. In April, Accept released their comeback album Stalingrad.
"Stalingrad", a brand new song from legendary German heavy metallers Accept is now available for streaming below. The song is off the band's upcoming album also entitled Stalingrad, which has been penned for an April 6th release via Nuclear Blast Records. More album details were previously reported here and here.
German heavy metal legends Accept have announced via their official Facebook the tracklist and artwork for the band's upcoming album, Stalingrad, due out on April 6th via Nuclear Blast Records. The album will come as a CD, 2LP (red/white) or limited edition CD with a bonus DVD with live content from the Blood Of The Nations tour and official video clips. More album details were previously reported here.
German heavy metallers Accept will follow-up Blood Of The Nations with their new album Stalingrad. Nuclear Blast has just confirmed that the album will be released on April 6th. More album details were previously reported here. Accept also recently announced their return to the stage for an European tour with UK metallers Hell, starting in Paris in April.
The upcoming Accept album will be released on April 2012 via Nuclear Blast Records and already has a name: Stalingrad. The band is currently writing material for this new LP, which will once again be produced by Andy Sneap (Megadeth, Exodus, Nevermore, Arch Enemy). The band decided to choose the British producer, the same that produced Blood Of The Nations.