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Artist: Accept

Title: Blind Rage

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Category: Heavy Metal

Year: 2014

Label: Nuclear Blast

Catalog Number: 27361 31956

Personnel

Mark Tornillo lead vocals
Wolf Hoffmann guitar
Herman Frank guitar
Peter Baltes bass
Stefan Schwarzmann drums

Limited edition digipak version with DVD/Blu-ray from the 'Stalingrad' tour, Live in Chile 2013

Tracks

1.  Stampede  5:14
2.  Dying Breed  5:21
3.  Dark Side of My Heart  4:37
4.  Fall of The Emppire  5:45
5.  Trail of Tears  4:08
6.  Wanna Be Free  5:37
7.  200 Years  4:30
8.  Bloodbath Mastermind  5:59
9.  From The Ashes We Rise  5:43
10.  The Curse  6:28
11.  Final Journey  5:02
  
Total Running Time:  58:24

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From: $$ixx Date: August 23, 2014 at 15:04
Only two original members left, not really Accept to me, still a very nice album with solid songs. Tornillo is singing in the same metal style as Udo, which was probably a smart move. But similar to Helloween, they could change the band name imo. Cheers to ya.

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: August 23, 2014 at 20:12
Talk about an unlikely comeback. I think we'd all given up on Accept and weren't expecting anything at all four years ago. Three albums later, and Accept are proving it wasn't just a one-off fluke, still making music in the same style and sound and with the same vitality as their mid-'80's peak. Third outstanding album in a row. Udo who? A name-change ain't gonna happen, as each generation of bands (and fans) learns that changing the name to preserve some imagined integrity is just leaving money on the table.

From: Japangea Date: October 27, 2014 at 5:00
Mark Tornillo does a good job than that fat guy.In a very bad cover but they have never used a good cover in the past,so it's not a big problem. Herman Frank is,as usual,treated badly and underratedly.Eiter Wolf or Peter,will know when he leaves the band.

From: guitarrizer Date: June 19, 2019 at 6:39
Very good CD, my Accept's favourite to be honest. It would be better without the first track however.


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