ACCEPT Stampede the First Single from the Album BLIND RAGE
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Hardly any other band has influenced the Heavy Metal genre as much as German legends ACCEPT! Classics albums such as "Restless And Wild" (1982), "Balls To The Wall" (1983) and "Metal Heart" (1985), have inspired generations of new bands, and this has continued since their reunion in 2009. Both "Blood Of The Nations" (2010) and "Stalingrad" (2012) entered the charts globally ( #6 in Germany, #81 in the USA) and underline the premiere league status ACCEPT still have today.
Now ACCEPT announce the release of their new studio album: "Something happened to us, something subliminal and impetuous," commented main composer Wolf Hoffmann. "It is wild and scary and it's called "Blind Rage"!"
"Blind Rage", just like its two predecessors has been produced, mixed and mastered by Andy Sneap. On August 15, 2014 "Blind Rage" will be released in Europe, August 18th in the UK and France, August 19th in the United States. "The cover artwork done by Daniel Goldsworthy shows the beast coming over us -- in blind rage -- all over the planet. Wherever we go, whenever you turn on the TV -- there is blind rage in the works -- either natural catastrophes or man-made madness", the axe man of ACCEPT states.
As promised, veteran German metal lords Accept have delivered the first official taste of their upcoming Blind Rage with a high-climbing video for "Stampede."
Though we're first treated to a lovely scenic view of a desert landscape, the quintet spare no time stomping into a classic metal chug. There aren't any electrical outlets on those crags, but the Accept dudes are wind-milling out energized old-school riffs all the same.
Mark Tornillo, meanwhile, details the damage the band's been doling out, noting you'll be "flattened by the sound" of their new single. He also screeches out something about throwing us in a mosh pit in hell, which arguably seems safer than circle pitting on their current plateau. It's a long, long way down from those mountains.
Blind Rage will trample you in full August 14 via Nuclear Blast, but you can catch "Stampede" above.