Tag: Accept

Accept – The Rise Of Chaos Review

Release date: August 4, 2017. Label: Nuclear Blast.Post-reformation Accept is one of the greatest heavy metal comeback tales of the last decade: After sitting out the better part of ten years, a classic band reforms,

Wolf Hoffmann – Headbangers Symphony Review

I’m not gonna lie: I feel like a fraud reviewing this album (even more so than I normally do just being here with the rest of this intrepid staff). I’m a moderate fan of Accept

A Devil’s Dozen – Accept

With the recent release of Blind Rage, Accept finds itself three albums deep into a third act that sees the band enjoying creative and commercial success to rival its Eighties heyday, and putting on live

Accept – Blind Rage Review

For me, at least, one of the great coincidental synchronicities of the past six years or so hinges around the simultaneous re-emergence of both Overkill and Accept into the top tier of metal. After Ironbound

80s Essentials – Volume Three

Welcome to the third installment of The 100 Most Essential Albums of the 80s. If you need to catch up, you can do so here. As was hinted, this week’s crop of essentials is a

Accept – Stalingrad Review

Like most, I was surprised by Accept’s 2010 comeback, and more than pleasantly. Accept sans Dirkschneider had been attempted once, two decades prior and to dismal results, and so I initially approached Blood Of The

Riffology 101 – Balls To The Wall

Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, to Riffology. In this course we will examine great riffs in metal history and attempt to discern the nature of said greatness. Course requirements include good ears and a strong neck.

John Ray’s Top 20 Of 2010

I’ve seen a lot of folks talking about how weird 2010 has been.  And how shitty.  I don’t know how I feel about it yet, except that it went too fucking fast.  Or maybe not

Last Rites’ Best Of 2010 – Combined Staff List

Another year, another list. 2010 brought yet another onslaught of heavy metal, and we at Metal Review sifted through the gross majority of it. Finally, the dust has settled, and all that remains are our

Accept – Blood Of The Nations Review

Nearly fifteen years have elapsed since the last Accept record.  That one, 1996’s Predator, was weak, unfocused and easily among the band’s worst.  In the period after Predator, Accept split up, then reformed and released