Accept will be playing a single UK show at the Koko in London on the 8th February – it promises to be a killer combination of old and new!
The gig is part of a 28 date long European tour that the band are already part of the way through….
Tickets are on sale now: 08th Feb – London, Koko
Upcoming tour dates include:
06.02.18 (NL) Eindhoven – Effenaar
07.02.18 (BE) Antwerpen – Trix
08.02.18 (UK) London – Koko
09.02.18 (DE) Oberhausen – Turbinenhalle
11.02.18 (DK) Copenhagen – Vega
12.02.18 (NO) Oslo – Rockefeller
14.02.18 (SWE) Gothenburg – Trädgår’n
15.02.18 (SWE) Stockholm – Cruise
17.02.18 (FI) Turku – Logomo
18.02.18 (FI) Helsinki – The Circus
The latest Accept release, ‘The Rise Of Chaos’, was released on August 4th 2017 and is the band’s 4th studio release through Nuclear Blast, continuing the tradition of its three predecessors – ‘Blood Of The Nations’, ‘Stalingrad’, and ‘Blind Rage’ – with grandeur and precision. It was voted the #2 album of 2017 by Metal-Rules.com.
Check out the lyric video for the single ‘Koolaid’, off of ‘The Rise Of Chaos’:
Wolf Hoffmann stated:
“‘Koolaid’ is a well-known flavoured drink, which in the past has been mixed with Cyanide by a cult leader who forced his congregation to drink it: men, women & children. All so everybody could get to heaven. Since then, the phrase ”drinking the Kool-Aid” is referring to a person or group holding an unquestioned belief, argument, or philosophy without critical examination. That common fact, that people believe anything, when sold in the right way, has intrigued me all my life. For me, being critical and alert all the time, is the key to every decision that one makes. That is the main message!”
The Rise Of Chaos tracklist:
01. Die By The Sword
02. Hole In The Head
03. The Rise Of Chaos
05. No Regrets
06. Analog Man
07. What’s Done Is Done
08. Worlds Colliding
09. Carry The Weight
10. Race To Extinction
“The Rise Of Chaos is something I have been thinking about often. Wherever we go – there is some hidden as well as some visible destruction and it kind of changes the world we know. What was there today – can be gone tomorrow and it’s somehow irritating, because it happens on so many levels and no one knows what comes next. The cover portrays our last stage set-up – but now clearly “destroyed” – like… after a catastrophe”, explains Wolf.