Album Reviews

Accept – Blind Rage Review

After sneak peeks and a frustrating delay in the release no one was more excited than me for the brand new ACCEPT album, Blind Rage. After back-to-back home runs with Blood of the Nations and Stalingrad I was very excited to see if this band could three-peat.

Interviews

Exclusive Interview with Udo Dirkschneider (Vocals) (UDO, Accept)

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

Album Reviews

Empires of Eden – Channeling the Infinite Review

The intensity of the music is what gets the record flowing with a charge from the onset. Marshall does a great job of laying down some dominating heavy metal/power metal riffage and lyrics that people like Rob Rock and UDO could just run away with. It shows on the opening track “Cry Out” which is led by a classic Rob Rock proving why he’s the king of melodic metal.

Album Reviews

Accept – Stalingrad Review

True fans will know that there is far more to this legendary German band. There have been three different singers and a few line-up changes otherwise over the years, but at the heart of the music was always terribly underrated guitarist Wolf Hoffman and bassist Peter Baltes.