Bravewords, Rest assured, Accept deliver. No bull!

Bravewords, Rest assured, Accept deliver. No bull!

By Mark Gromen Wow! Why can’t all reformations/injections of new singers be so fruitful? The third album since Mark Tornillo joined Accept sees the band uncork the strongest collection of songs since Blood Of The Nations. That second-coming “debut” was bolstered by a “No They Couldn’t” pleasant surprise surrounding Tornillo’s successful replacement of mainstay Udo […]


ACCEPT BLIND RAGE – 91 Out of 100, A Worthy Metal Listen. By Pitriff

ACCEPT BLIND RAGE – 91 Out of 100, A Worthy Metal Listen. By Pitriff

Accept continue to rage on. Since his debut with the band, it’s as clear as can be that vocalist Mark Tornillo has completely revitalized this band. His first two discs with the band, BLOOD OF THE NATIONS and STALINGRAD, were both masterpieces that sit near the top of the Accept catalog…regardless of who the singer […]


Metalholic – Blind Rage is about as good as heavy metal gets in my eyes.

Metalholic – Blind Rage is about as good as heavy metal gets in my eyes.

The year was 2009, when I woke up early in the morning, and the first thing that flashed in front of my eyes was news of Accept’s reunion. That’s right;“Let’s make the ‘Metal Heart’ beat again” were the words that made me realize that these guys are on fire even after so many decades, and I was definitely […]


Blabbermouth – ACCEPT shows once again on “Blind Rage” they’re masters of their trade

Blabbermouth – ACCEPT shows once again on “Blind Rage” they’re masters of their trade

ACCEPT shows once again on “Blind Rage” they’re masters of their trade, no matter who holds the mike. If there’s any old-school metal band worthier of resurrection than ACCEPT, let them make their stand now. ACCEPT 2.0 with Mark Tornillo fronting them has been exemplary proof there’s life after death and that you can buck the naysayers by believing in what you’re doing […]


Stereo Plaza – KYIV, UA 11/13/2012 (Review by Vladislav Tokmenko)

Stereo Plaza – KYIV, UA 11/13/2012 (Review by Vladislav Tokmenko)

When i first heard about Accept show in Ukraine, i was pretty astonished. My favourite rock band first time in its history would come to Kiev. But there was 5 months left till November, i bought a ticket and started to wait. Price was 25$. Stalingrad tour 2012 was in its height, setlist was pretty […]