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.

Regarding their choice, guitarist Wolf Hoffman commented: "Accept and Andy Sneap have the perfect synergy. This was so clear with Blood Of The Nations and we are excited to continue on that path. Andy is not only an amazing and prolific producer but also a very good friend who has long become a member of the Accept family."

After the success of the last album the band will try to have the same direction, Hoffmann told The Rock Pit earlier this year: "We're just gonna have the same attitude, the approach; we're just gonna do more of the same, you know, without it being the same. More similar-style stuff, hopefully fresh new ideas."

[Also thanks to warensemble for sending in this news!]



Source: jorzine.com
Band profile: Accept
 
Posted: 14.11.2011 by kual21



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Jack--- - 14.11.2011 at 13:05  
Awesome news! can't wait for the album
Valentin B - 14.11.2011 at 15:16  
Great title, sounds very "Accept".
Kingface - 14.11.2011 at 15:33  
Look forward to this. Blood of the Nations is a great album and everything's looking up for this fantastic and important band at the moment.
Truemetaljope - 14.11.2011 at 16:04  
Cliché
Super_Greg - 14.11.2011 at 16:29  
Nice! The last one was pretty amazing! Really excited for this
Lit. - 14.11.2011 at 17:16  
I imagine it will be pretty difficult to create a worthy follow-up to Blood of the Nations.
serega25 - 14.11.2011 at 18:31  
Russkie vpered!
Troy Killjoy - 14.11.2011 at 20:13  
Written by Lit. on 14.11.2011 at 17:16
I imagine it will be pretty difficult to create a worthy follow-up to Blood of the Nations.

Agreed. I've never really enjoyed any of their work but that was actually a good album. It'll be interesting to see what they follow it up with.

You never know when a band might go all St. Anger* on us.

* chose not to use Lulu since they aren't collaborating with any geriatric noise musicians
JCJen7 - 15.11.2011 at 02:46  
Written by Troy Killjoy on 14.11.2011 at 20:13

Written by Lit. on 14.11.2011 at 17:16
I imagine it will be pretty difficult to create a worthy follow-up to Blood of the Nations.

Agreed. I've never really enjoyed any of their work but that was actually a good album. It'll be interesting to see what they follow it up with.

Not even Restless & Wild or Ball to the Wall?!?
Troy Killjoy - 15.11.2011 at 02:48  
Written by JCJen7 on 15.11.2011 at 02:46
Not even Restless & Wild or Ball to the Wall?!?

I can't even tell you what I thought of them because I've completely forgot about them. I only remember the song Balls to the Wall but I know I didn't like the rest of the album.
Valentin B - 15.11.2011 at 20:48  
Written by JCJen7 on 15.11.2011 at 02:46

Written by Troy Killjoy on 14.11.2011 at 20:13

Written by Lit. on 14.11.2011 at 17:16
I imagine it will be pretty difficult to create a worthy follow-up to Blood of the Nations.

Agreed. I've never really enjoyed any of their work but that was actually a good album. It'll be interesting to see what they follow it up with.

Not even Restless & Wild or Ball to the Wall?!?

those albums are completely different from Blood. They sometimes have that happy 80s sing-along vibe to it, while Blood is a much more serious, mature and solid work. There's no joke folk intro that cuts into ripping speed metal on Blood of the Nations.
JCJen7 - 21.11.2011 at 07:20  
Written by Valentin B on 15.11.2011 at 20:48

those albums are completely different from Blood. They sometimes have that happy 80s sing-along vibe to it, while Blood is a much more serious, mature and solid work. There's no joke folk intro that cuts into ripping speed metal on Blood of the Nations.

Yeah i absolutely agree that it is a lot more serious and slightly darker, I just figured that somewhere between 1979 and 1983 Accept released enough good material soemone would have found something they liked (the two i mentioned being my favorites). I prefer their fun 80's stuff to Blood of the Nations, although it's pretty good too.
Troy Killjoy - 21.11.2011 at 07:26  
Written by JCJen7 on 21.11.2011 at 07:20
I prefer their fun 80's stuff to Blood of the Nations, although it's pretty good too.

I'm not a fan of most heavy metal, and I especially can't tell you the difference between a lot of heavy metal bands like I can with black metal because my knowledge isn't that extensive, but I know that I found their old stuff kinda weak and a little too cheesy whereas Blood of the Nations seemed like a... "serious" heavy metal album. It sounded to me like what Bolt Thrower would sound like if they decided to play heavy metal. And I love Bolt Thrower.
Angelic Storm - 21.11.2011 at 11:37  
Bolt Thrower = The death metal equivelant of Accept... interesting comparison there. I'm not sure I'd go along with it, but I love both bands, especially Bolt Thrower. xD I guess the one thing both bands have in common, is they are pretty much "meat and potatoes" as far as their styles in their respective genres goes. Anyway, more new Accept is great news, especially after the last album was surprisingly so good without Udo.
Troy Killjoy - 21.11.2011 at 20:38  
Written by Angelic Storm on 21.11.2011 at 11:37
Bolt Thrower = The death metal equivelant of Accept...

Only in regards to Blood of the Nations. I'm not even really familiar with the rest of their material.

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