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Blood of the Nations
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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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Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
Most recent customer reviews
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. Read morePublished on Oct. 15 2010 by Jay
I was a bit sceptical when I first heard that Accept were recording a new album without vocalist Udo Dirkschnieder, as I didn't think Accept could be viable without Udo in the band... Read morePublished on Oct. 10 2010 by S. Jones
Blood of the Nations is a first class metal album. Whether you are an old fan or just looking for something new, check this out! Read morePublished on Oct. 7 2010 by mtissing