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ACCEPT Too Mean To Die

ACCEPT Too Mean To Die

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ACCEPT Too Mean To Die
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More than four decades has passed since Accept released their self-titled debut album back in 1979, and they are still going strong despite a whole bunch of line-up changes over the years. Since ‘The Rise Of Chaos’ bass player and founding member Peter Baltes has left leaving Wolf Hoffmann as the only remaining member of the original line-up. Despite this Accept proves that they still have a lot more to offer, ‘Too Mean To Die’ sounds refreshingly vital and energic, simply prime time Accept! I would actually go as far as ranking it as the fourth best Accept albums of all time just beaten by their classic albums ‘Metal Heart’, ‘Balls To The Wall’ and ‘Restless And Wild’. This is the fifth album where Mark Tornillo is handling the vocals and it’s probably his best work to date as well. Wolf Hoffmann continues to create great songs and his guitar work on this album is just out of this world. He has this unique ability of writing effective and beautiful riffs, lead hooks, solos and harmonies that really stands out and adds value to the songs. ‘Too Mean To Die’ consist of 11 tracks with a total runtime of around 53 minutes, and all of them are premium standard with a fine mixture of up-tempo and mid-tempo songs as well as a ballade’ish track in ‘The Best Is Yet To Come’. Enough said, if you consider yourself an Accept fan or a fan of traditional heavy metal in general you simply don’t want to miss out on this one.



Too Mean To Die (2021)

The Rise Of Chaos (2017)

Blind Rage (2017)

Stalingrad (2012)

Blood Of The Nations (2010)

Predator (1996)

Death Row (1994)

Objection Overruled (1993)

Eat The Heat (1989)

Russian Roulette (1986)

Metal Heart (1985)

Balls To The Waall (1983)

Restless And Wild (1982)

Breaker (1981)

I'm A Rebel (1980)

Accept (1979)

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