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Blood Of The Nations Import


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  • Audio CD (Sept. 14 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Nuclear Blast
  • ASIN: B003SWNRU2
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)

1. Beat the Bastards
2. Teutonic Terror
3. The Abyss
4. Blood of the Nations
5. Shades of Death
6. Locked and Loaded
7. Time Machine (North American Bonus Track)
8. Kill the Pain
9. Rollin' Thunder
10. Pandemic
11. New World Comin'
12. No Shelter
13. Bucketful of Hate

Product Description

2010 album from the veteran German metal band, their first studio album in over a decade and the first to feature Mark Tornillo on vocals. Blood Of The Nations was recorded over the winter of 2010 at Backstage studio in Derbyshire, England with celebrated British producer, Sabbat guitarist and long-time Accept fan Andy Sneap. A vibrant and mesmerizing album, Blood Of The Nations harnesses everything that earned Accept the status of a true Heavy Metal legend thunderous riffs, blinding guitar leads with intricate melodies, aggressive vocals and infectious, undiluted Metal songs with a bite that are destined to once again put Accept where they belong - the oligarchy of the Heavy Metal world.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By LeBrain HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on Dec 29 2010
Format: Audio CD
I have a few Accept albums at home, Metal Heart, Balls To The Wall and Eat The Heat. I've never bought an Accept album when it was a "new release" before and I've never bought anything post-reunion. I suppose I was interested in the music I was familiar with and nothing beyond that. When I heard they were reuniting with a new singer I was instantly skeptical. I was ready to bring the hate!

Some glowing reviews on the Eddie Trunk show opened my ears, and when Eddie started playing new tracks like "Beat The Bastards" and "Teutonic Terror", I was hooked! New singer Mark Tornillo (who I'd never heard before, but have found out was critically acclaimed as the singer of TT Quick) has filled Udo's teeny tiny little shoes and somehow made them fit, plus added his own style. Tornillo is not a screamer like Udo, but he can scream when necessary and damn...it sounds awesome when he does!

New singer or not, the difference between a real fresh start (like Accept) and a mere tribute band (like Quiet Riot) is new material. If the new material sucks, then there is no point. I'm glad to report that Accept's new material is awesome. I don't like to throw that word around lightly, because too many people overuse to pump up their favourite bands. Well, a) Accept has never been a favourite of mine, and b) this album really is awesome. Every song has life. The riffs courtesy of Wolf Hoffman are alive, powerful and catchy. Vocal melodies are traditional metal. Everything about this album is traditionally metal except the loud n' proud, raw modern production by Andy Sneap. In short the album sounds great.

I'm really got this album, and this edition. The bonus track "Time Machine" is one of the stronger songs.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Eric Chiasson on Oct. 8 2010
Format: Audio CD
As a Metal fan that grew with such Accept classic albums as "Balls to the Walls" & "Metal Heart", it's just pure joy to hear such an awesome new release. I must admit I was not all for a new Accept album at first. The fact that Udo had declining coming back with Accept left me wondering if the band would be able to find a suitable replacement for such a great singer. Even when I saw the music video for the song "Teutonic Terror", my thought was that, the song is great & new singer Mark Tornillo's voice gels perfectly with the band's sound, but that could be just a fluke & not reflect the rest of the album. It only took 1 listen to Blood of the Nations to put my worries to sleep. This album rocks! Period. Definitely a top contender for Metal album of the year. It's simply amazing to hear the band sound so fresh & energetic. As I mentioned earlier, Mark's voice is great. Solid & powerful, Tornillo stands in one's shadow. As the old cliché goes: This album is all killers no fillers. All the songs are of good length as well with only "Bucket Full of Hate" that is under the 4 minutes mark. As far as the sound goes, no complaints there either. Everything that producer Andy Sneap touch seems to turn to gold. Simply put, "Blood of the Nations" is a must have for all Metal fans. Buy it!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By MILLARMAN on Sept. 21 2010
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
WOW, WOLF AND COMPANY HAVE COME UP WITH SOME KILLER RIFFS AND RYTHUMS.ANDY SNEAP HAS FINALLY CAPTURED THE [WALL] OF SOUND OF ACCEPT. IF YOU ARE A FAN OF METAL HEART, RESTLESS AND WILD, OR BALLS TO THE WALL. THIS CD IS FOR YOU. THIS CD PACKS A KILLER PUNCH. MOST NOTEABLE IS "NEW" SINGER MARK TORNILLO. MARK BRINGS SIMILAR VOCAL STYLE AS UDO BUT IN MY OPINION MORE CHARACTER IN HIS VOICE TO PULL OFF THESE SONGS.HE IS NOT BETTER THAN UDO JUST DIFFERENT. MARK HAS SIMILARITIES TO UDO'S VOICE ALL OVER THIS CD,AND IT DOES NOT SEEM OUT OF PLACE AT ALL. REMEMBER THIS IS A NEW PHASE FOR ACCEPT AND ITS WORKING WELL. THE SONGS, ALL OF THEM HAVE THAT KILLER ACCEPT CHUGGING GUITAR SOUND {AMAZING PRODUCTION JOB}. DIFFERENT TEMPOS, WAILING GUITAR SOLOS, AMAZING VOCALS. YOU CANT WAIT TO HEAR THE NEXT SONG ON THE CD. AS ONE WRITER HAS SAID 'this is the best album from accept since russian roulette" HOW TRUE THIS IS NOW GO BUY IT!!!!!
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By Ogre on Oct. 6 2010
Format: Audio CD
They're baaaaaaaaaack!

Sure, it's not the "old Accept" but, it's pretty darn close!

Good solid album, great production, fantastic over-all sound. Parts of this sound like they were yanked straight from studio sessions in the 80s!

Quite honestly, they haven't sounded this good since RR.

If you're a fan of Accept and you pick this up, I really don't think you'll be disappointed.
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By Jay on Oct. 15 2010
Format: Audio CD
If You Are Really Intence About 80s Metal Well Here Is The By Far (Next To Restless And Wild) The Best Accept Album To Date. The Feels, The Grooves The Riffs Are Just Pure Magic. Amazing To The Metalhead, I Would Reccomend This Album To All Metal Fans! 5 Stars All The Way!
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