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Artist: Accept

Title: Blood of the Nations

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Category: Melodic Metal

Year: 2010

Label: Nuclear Blast

Catalog Number: NB


Mark Tornillo Vocals
Wolf Hoffmann Guitar
Herman Frank Guitar
Peter Baltes Bass
Stefan Schwarzmann Drums


1.  Beat the Bastards  
2.  Teutonic Terror  
3.  The Abyss  
4.  Blood of the Nations  
5.  Shades of Death  
6.  Locked and Loaded  
7.  Kill the Pain  
8.  Rolliní Thunder  
9.  Pandemic  
10.   New World Cominí  
11.  No Shelter  
12.  Bucketful of Hate  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rafo Phoenix Date: August 21, 2010 at 17:26
Very Good Heavy Metal with some of Hard Rock & Melodic Metal, "Shades of Death, Locked and Loaded, Rolliní Thunder (fav track) & Bucketful of Hate" best tracks IMO of course, 85/100.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: August 24, 2010 at 21:47
Hey Rafo is nice 2 see you commenting this one! in my case i found this album such a killer one!!!...ok probably they were looking 4 the closest "clon" of UDO and they quite did it with Mark Tornillo (former TT Quick vocalist) and well,somehow is like living from the "ghost" of UDO but anyway life is like this and opportunities knock doors just once...or twice... ...for me the best tracks are "Beat The Bastards","The Abyss","Blood Of The Nations","Shades Of Death","Locked And Loaded","Pandemic" & "Bucket Full Of Hate"...a new challenge,a new time,whatever u wanna call it but the good thing is that they are still around !.94/100

From: Metal T Date: September 30, 2010 at 17:06
Mark Tornillo is dealin'...the vox,the riffs and the songs its all there.A true to form hard n heavy,bangin' Accept record all the way! 'Pandemic','Teutonic Terror' and 'Beat the Bastards' would fit perfecftly fine on any of the classic UDO-era albums.Production here is d#mn near flawless.Bottom line: a SOLID metal album w/plenty of teeth.

From: aTomiK Date: October 7, 2010 at 15:00
Very good comeback cd. Get the digipak, it includes a track called "Time Machine". One of the best tunes on the album. Other highlights IMO are "Teutonic Terror", "Blood of the Nations", "Rollin' Thunder", "Pandemic" and "New World Comin'".

From: dennisglam Date: January 8, 2011 at 16:44
hum...este cd ť muito metal, nao me agrada muito como um cd de hard rock, achei que as musicas soam como algo que ja ouvimos milhares de vezes, e a producao deixa a desejar...e o vocal entao...estranho !

From: dave Date: January 11, 2011 at 10:44
The Best Accept album and the album of the year, Tornillo have a great voice 10/10

From: 8407282 Date: January 25, 2011 at 13:44
Great come back, Great Record, leaving aside the UDO-Tornillo thing, the music is superb, powerful and melodic, one of the best accept release ever, and that is much to say !!

From: MetalPete67 Date: April 2, 2011 at 20:57
Well worth your money and time. As a longtime UDO fan, I can't help but think he must be more than a little irritated how well this has been received. Tornillo deserves the props he is getting. This is vintage Accept for the new age. Don't miss it.

From: Richard Head Date: September 18, 2011 at 10:37
Tornillo fits perfect on this release.. Classic Stuff!!

From: Doghouse Reilly Date: April 5, 2021 at 19:05
I expected absolutely nothing from this album when it came out, even though I love the Accept sound, and thought TT Quick's Metal Of Honor is an extremely underrated disc. So maybe I shouldn't have been surprised with just how fucking good 21st-century Accept is. What Mark Tornillo lacks in ... well, not being Udo, he makes up for with better melodic singing when it comes time for that, and the better lyrics that come from singing in your own native tongue. But those power-saw riffs, slamming rhythms, and massed gang vocals are right where they should be. Tornillo's now five-album run with the band is one of the best and most unexpected comebacks in metal, and the Udo-or-nothing crowd are seriously missing out. Favorite tracks include "Beat The Bastards," "Teutoniterror," "Rollin' Thunder" and quintessential Accept bangers "The Abyss" and "Pandemic." But hell, they're almost ALL quintessential Accept bangers!

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