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Hard Attack 2. Crossroads 3. Making Me Scream 4. Diggin' In The Dirt 5. Lay It Down 6. It Ain't Over Yet 7. Predator 8. Crucified 9. Take Out The Crime Don't Give A Damn Run Through The Night Primitive Unfortunately it's the exact same recording with slightly nicer insert. Accept - Blood of the Nations Nuclear Blast Wolf Hoffman signature guitar pick. Herman Frank signature guitar pick. When I had heard that Accept were reforming without the mighty Udo Dirkschneider on vocals, I wasn't immediately thrilled.
After all, Udo is the voice of Accept and has kept the music and metal spirit alive over the years with U. However, when I read that Mark Tornillo of TT Quick fame was to be the band's new vocalist my opinion immediately changed. Not only is Mark a killer vocalist, but he and TT Quick have been one of my favorite bands since I was a kid growing up in NJ in the 80's.
Their EP and "Metal of Honor" are heavy metal classics that have withstood the test of time and continue to see regular rotation in my playlist. Together this new version of Accept have released one of the finest heavy metal albums to be released in This album is absolutely outstanding! From the buzz saw production courtesy of Andy Sneap to the blood thirsty shrieks of Mark to the classic metal riffing.
Accept hasn't sounded this good since the mid's. Actually, though it may sound trite, this album blends the German metal style of Accept with the American metal of TT Quick quite well.
Having said all that, is Tornillo superior to Udo behind the mic? Both are great vocalists with their own style and charisma. Regardless, Tornillo came into a situation when there was going to be massive fan bias and delivered the goods.
Much like U. Accept - Stalingrad Nuclear Blast 1. Hung, Drawn And Quartered 2. Stalingrad 3. Hellfire 4. Flash To Bang Time 5.
Revolution 7. Twist Of Fate 9. The Quick And The Dead Never Forget Having been a big Accept fan, as well as a life-long TT Quick fan, that album was a no-brainer for me.
It was doubly cemented in as a favorite after seeing the band in Hollywood. Accept were back with a vengeance! Obviously there are high hopes for the follow-up. I must confess, on the first spin, I wasn't immediately drawn in like I was with "Blood of the Nations". However, with a few more spins, I can say that "Stalingrad" passes with flying colors. In fact, the band doesn't deviate that far from the formula they successfully delivered on "Blood Of The Nations".
It is literally and effectively the logical continuation of "Blood of the Nations. If anything, "Stalingrad" might be slightly more melodic, sort of like comparing "Balls to the Wall" to "Metal Heart". The formula is very similar and the two albums fit together like matching puzzle pieces, but there is that slight difference that gives the two albums distinction.
There are the mid-tempo pounders in songs like "Shadow Soldiers" and "Against the World" as well as the more upbeat songs such as the pounding "The Quick and the Dead" and "Revolution". The heavy churning guitars fit perfectly with Schwarzmann's drums while the backing vocals chant, "Row! It's fairly epic and has those classic Accept characteristics.
The song ends with a peaceful instrumental that fades into the distance. It was a great song to end the album. Thankfully the 'bonus track', "Never Forget" was put in the ten slot so as not to destroy the flow that ends the album. His singing voice is gritty and gruff, while his screams are heavy metal defined. Mark has lost very little with age. Sure there are some similarities to the mighty Udo, but few fans would mix the two up.
Mark has a sound and style that is all his own. He still has that same charisma heard back on the classic "Metal of Honor" record. The rhythm section of Peter Baltes bass and Stefan Schwarzmann drums is precise and pounding as they ever were. Guitarists Wolf Hoffmann and Herman Frank are the stars of the show as usual, with their guitar work; heavy riffs and stellar licks. It is an album that other traditional heavy metal bands will have to measure up to and that includes the likes of Iron Maiden and Judas Priest.
Accept - Blind Rage Nuclear Blast 1. Stampede 2. Dying Breed 3. Dark Side of My Heart 4. Fall of the Empire 5. Trail of Tears 6. Wanna Be Free 7.
Bloodbath Mastermind 9. From the Ashes We Rise The Curse It is masterfully produced as with their previous two records by veteran British producer Andy Sneap. As with the last two albums, "Blind Rage" is a triumph of pure heavy metal! The style of the album is mostly the same style of modernized heavy metal as heard on the last two albums; balancing between a classic power metal and traditional heavy metal style. Download as PDF Printable version.
Heavy metal. This s rock song —related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. The band had to do something at this point so David Reece hopped on to try to create some memories, but there was just zero of the magic that made their earlier material such classics. This one starts off with a tough slog, the title track grumbling miserable and no fun, promising that this album might just be 71 minutes of low spirits.
This second reunion-era album lacks the energy that its predecessor, Objection Overruled , had, the band instead just plodding and plodding and wearing out their welcome. Still, the whole thing is too long, and too one-dimensional to really want to go to all that often. I dunno, I have a hard time coming to terms with any Tornillo record being above any Udo record, but when it comes down to brass balls tax, this is the end result. Fun, but exists more as a curio than anything.
Second one with Tornillo finds the band in a comfortable zone, everything locked in solid and tight, the band mercifully clocking the runtime back to 51 minutes, basically taking Blood of the Nations and cutting to the chase.With three albums under their belt, Accept's Midnight Highway pulls together a collection of cuts from the group's pre Restless and Wild assault. The loose bolts eleven song Midnight Highway collection is driven by the hard edged tracks culled from the Breaker LP, while adding cuts from the self-titled debut album and I'm a Rebel.