22:51 - EMols86 Solefald (their debut). Since I'm now checking out Pyramaze (as I said, first time I listen to power metal in years) I'll check your link (Chinese band) after that. :-) Can't believe I actually like Pyramaze...
22:45 - MechanisT The new Blood Red Throne is killer material.
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.
We are delighted to be offering two people the opportunity to meet and greet the members of Accept at their show in Sheffield, England on the 22nd of March.
The two lucky winners will be put on the guestlist and have free entry to the show, as well as having the chance to meet and greet the band before they step on stage. This is the last show on the band's European tour, so don't miss your chance to meet these Teutonic legends of metal.
All you have to do for your chance to win, is visit this contest page and answer the question.
German heavy metal veterans Accept have revealed a short Russian/Belarus tour, scheduled for March this year.
Tour dates as follows:
March 7th 2011 - Belarus, Minsk - Palace of Sports
March 9th 2011 - Russia, Moscow - Milk
March 11th 2011 - Russia, Vladivostok - Golden Fish
March 12th 2011 - Russia, Ussuriysk - Extrim
March 13th 2011 - Russia, Nachodka - Diamond Concert Hall
German heavy metal legends Accept will embark on a headlining European tour in January next year, in support of their new album Blood Of The Nations. The tour contains 28 dates, plus some planned shows for Russia and UK as well. More details will be announced soon.
14.01.11 - Osnabrück, Halle Gartlage, GER
15.01.11 - Kassel, Outback, GER
16.01.11 - Antwerp, Hof ter Lo, B
18.01.11 - Paris, Elysee Montmartre, F
19.01.11 - Biarritz, L'attabal, F
21.01.11 - Madrid, La Rivera, E
22.01.11 - Pamplona, Totem, E
23.01.11 - Barcelona, Apollo, E
25.01.11 - Pratteln, Z7, CH
27.01.11 - Milan, Magazzini, I
28.01.11 - Tuttlingen, Stadthalle, GER
29.01.11 - Geiselwind, Eventcentrum Strohofer, GER
Legendary German heavy metallers Accept have finally released all the details for the forthcoming Blood Of The Nations.
The album is set to be released via Nuclear Blast Records on August 20 in Europe, and September 14 in North America. Blood Of The Nations — which also marks the recording debut of the band's latest addition, vocalist Mark Tornillo — was recorded at Backstage Studio in Derbyshire, England with acclaimed British producer and Sabbat guitarist Andy Sneap (Megadeth, Exodus, Arch Enemy, Masterplan).
Regarding Tornillo's addition to Accept, Hoffmann previously said: "It all happened in minutes. Peter and I were working on some tunes in a studio in New Jersey. Somebody suggested we give this guy Mark a call to see if he would join us on vocals. So when he arrived we started jamming on some old Accept tunes — just for fun. As soon as Mark started singing we looked at each other and realized the impossible just happened: we found a new voice for Accept! The timing could not have been better! Now or never... We are re-energized and excited..."
Accept is proud to announce the world premiere of their new music video "Teutonic Terror" from their forthcoming album Blood Of The Nations.
The video shot in March, directed by Dave Blass of Grid41.com promises to be the "Most Metal" Accept video ever. Asked about the "story, or theme" behind the video, the director said: "We had all of these cool ideas for stories about a post apocalyptic world, hot girls in Mad Max gear and cool visuals and the more we worked it the more we kept coming back to the basics... this is Accept, not Mötley Crüe, there are people all over the world that have waited years to see this band again, and every second that we cut away to some story that is really just filler anyway, we are missing what is really important. People want to see Wolf Hoffmann shredding his flying V, they want to see new singer Mark Tornillo singing a new Accept song, and they want to see the band ripping into the new track. So I said screw the story, get me some fire, get me some tanks and lets rock it."
The release of Accept's brand new record Blood Of The Nations is fast approaching (late summer of 2010). It will mark the first studio-album of the band since more than fifteen years. You can find a brand new song "The Abyss" on the band's official MySpace page.