CONTENDER FOR METAL VIDEO OF THE YEAR? NEW QUEENSRYCHE SONG AVAILABLE FOR FREE DOWNLOAD.
released in North America on September 14, 2010 via Nuclear Blast Records. Recorded at Backstage Studio in Derbyshire, England with
acclaimed British producer and SABBAT guitarist Andy Sneap (MEGADETH, EXODUS, ARCH ENEMY, MASTERPLAN), the CD marks the debut of the band’s latest addition, vocalist Mark Tornillo (ex-TT QUICK).
ACCEPT performed its classic 1982 album “Restless And Wild” in its entirety — including such trend-setting gems as “Fast As A Shark”, “Restless & Wild” and “Princess Of The Dawn” — on January 25 at Z7 in Pratteln, Switzerland. These classic songs were supplemented with several new songs from their latest album, “Blood Of The Nations”.
ACCEPT kicked off its massive “Blood Of The Nations 2011 Tour” of Europe on January 14. The shows in Osnabrück, Bad Arolsen and Antwerp were packed with passionate metal-loving fans. The two-hour-plus performance pummeled the fans with classics like “Balls To The Wall”, “Metal Heart” and the immortal “Princess Of the Dawn”, completed with the pedal-to-the-metal bombast of ACCEPT‘s new hits “Teutonic Terror” and “The Abyss”.
A complete list of ACCEPT tour dates can be found at this location.
ACCEPT 2011 is:
Wolf Hoffmann: Guitar
Peter Baltes: Bass
Herman Frank: Guitar
Mark Tornillo: Vocals
Stefan Schwarzmann: Drums
02. Hot Spot Junkie
03. Got It Bad
04. Around The World
06. Retail Therapy
07. At The Edge
09. Hard Times
11. I Believe
13. Wot We Do
14. I Take You
15. The Lie
16. Big NoizeCheck out the CD cover artwork below.QUEENSRŸCHE will release a new single, “Get Started”, on June 5. The track will be made available digitally on all the usual platforms.Audio samples of all tracks that will appear on “Dedicated To Chaos” are available for streaming at Amazon.com.
When asked about the overall musical direction of the material on “Dedicated To Chaos”, QUEENSRŸCHE singer Geoff Tate recently told Paul Anthony of U.K.’s Rock Radio, “It’s kind of like an ‘Empire’ record set 25 years in the future. [Laughs] It’s a very listenable record, I think. I think people will find it interesting to listen to on headphones, especially. There’s a lot going on with it. And there’s definitely an emphasis on the rhythm section.