UDO Dirkschneider: This was billed as a ‘Farewell to Accept’ tour, with UDO (vocals) saying that it was a tribute to the Accept songs
Now on their 15th studio outing, the undisputed grandaddy of heavy metal, Udo Dirkschneider, and his band, return with a follow up to 2013’s Steelhammer. Like the majority of U.D.O. albums, they open with an electric jolt, and Speeder is no different. Dirkschneider is typically demonic, the gusting guitars put a classy stamp on this brain shaker.
Of course I have certainly been asked.Unfortunately Wolf is telling everybody that he has never been in touch with me, though I can show you tons of e.mails. I have been asked about rejoining for a reunion and didn’t directly say no.I did it already once and there was a lot of shit happened. I then said “OK guys if I do this then I want to have this and this..Wolf then said that he didn’t want to do it, so I said “Goodbye, thank you very much and good luck
Honestly, there’s not a helluva lot to be said about Steelhammer other than prior fans of U.D.O. and Accept have another German metal masterpiece on their hands