German heavy metal heroes Accept have been headbanging their way around the
world since 1979, creating along the way three of the finest metal albums of
all time in Restless and Wild, Balls to the Wall and Metal
Heart, with 1981’s Breaker even serving as a cult favourite of
those in the know.
Fronted by diminutive shrieker Udo Dirkschneider, the band crafted an
intelligent and professional sound somewhere along the axis from AC/DC to
Judas Priest, which found Accept going gold on the strength of their
superlative Balls to the Wall record of 1983.
Acrimony between Udo and the guys caused the shocking ouster of their lead
singer for 1989’s Eat the Heat, and a reunion in the ‘90s didn’t last,
causing renewed tensions. Now back with Mark Tornillo belting it out, Accept
have created a trio of rock-solid records that finds the band back in charge
and cranking out anthems new and old on stages the world over.
Come celebrate the career of heavy metal’s beloved Teutonic terrors, in this
first book ever on the band in any language. It’s guaranteed that Popoff’s
celebrated song-by-song analysis will have you scurrying back to the catalogue
screaming for another love-bite, faster than a shark out of the dark and
headbanging over the course of many long neon nights.
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available 30 or so books.