2021-04-06 - ACCEPT have been flying the flag of classic metal for decades, and with their latest album, "Too Mean To Die", they have once again proven themselves to be international chart stormers with top 10 placings worldwide.
Now, after a long absence due to Corona, they are proud to announce they will finally be returning to European stages in 2022, with their usual driving energy full of irrepressible power. They will be playing the new album "Too Mean To Die" and the ACCEPT classics.
Watch the tourtrailer here: https://youtu.be/Tu6_dZlQpCA
For decades, ACCEPT have stood for pure metal, great melodies and unforgettable live moments. Their three exceptional guitarists will undoubtedly transform audiences into a surging mass and blow the virus into oblivion.
Because, according to Wolf Hoffmann: "We are too mean to die! Weeds do not die! ACCEPT won't let it get them down!"
Philip Shouse adds: "The best thing that will happen for us is to go to the airport, get on a plane, fly to you and play a big, fantastic gig".
The words say it all, because 'The Best Is Yet To Come' is not only an outstanding song from the new record, it also sums up the current situation - things can only get better.
ACCEPT will be supported in Europe by none other than PHIL CAMPBELL AND THE BASTARD SONS, who unforgettably brought venues around the world to boiling point with MOTÖRHEAD and stands for pure Rock N Roll, because even without Lemmy (R.I.P.), Phil has the controls set to 12 or 13!
The US speed/thrash wrecking ball veterans FLOTSAM & JETSAM complete the billing and can't wait to play the stages to the ground.
Today, the band also kick off the pre-order for their brandnew "Too Mean To Die" Glow In The Dark vinyls. Pre-order your copy here: http://nblast.de/AcceptTMTD-Glow
"Too Mean To Die" is also available in various other formats, here: http://nblast.de/Accept-TooMeanToDie
|2021-12-10||Tokyo (Club Citta)||JP|
|2021-12-11||Tokyo (Club Citta)||JP|
|2022-01-16||Brussels (La Madeleine)||BE|
|2022-01-22||Madrid (La Riviera)||ES|
|2022-01-23||Barcelona (Razzmatazz 1)||ES|
|2022-01-30||Budapest (Barba Negra)||HU|
|2022-02-01||Zlin (Hala Euronics)||CZ|
|2022-02-05||Helsinki (House Of Culture)||FI|
|2022-02-17||Ulm (Ratiopharm Arena)||DE|
|2022-02-22||Leipzig (Haus Auensee)||DE|
|2022-02-26||St. Petersburg (Cosmonaut)||RU|
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2021-01-29 13:00 - FINALLY! ACCEPT, the German masters of heavy metal are releasing their new, eagerly awaited 16th studio album today, on 29 January 2021 via Nuclear Blast. Details
2021-01-15 13:00 - As a consolation for the postponement of “Too Mean To Die”, the band will release a very special treat on Jan 15th: their third single 'Zombie Apocalypse'. Details
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2020-11-06 13:00 - 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. Details
2020-10-02 13:00 - ACCEPT ARE BACK! The German kingpins of Heavy Metal have today released "The Undertaker", the first single from their highly anticipated new studio album "Too Mean To Die”. Details
2020-09-18 13:00 - 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. Details
2019-11-04 15:30 - ACCEPT would like to welcome Philip Shouse into the band and invite the fans to see this brand new ACCEPT version with PHIL, UWE & WOLF on Guitar. Details
2019-04-17 13:30 - ACCEPT, announce the addition of Martin Motnik on bass and Rebekah Rahman on violin as the band prepares to launch the Symhonic Terror Tour on April 20th in Wuppertal, Germany Details
2019-03-01 14:00 - ACCEPT will release a special 7" vinyl single, featuring a brand new studio track titled 'Life's A Bitch' as well as 'Restless And Wild (Live at Wacken 2017)' on the B-side. Details