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After quite a few years away from the visible hard rock scene, Germany’s legendary ACCEPT have returned to the metal forefront with an elated new singer, a euphoric new album, and global tours. Yes, ACCEPT are back to carry on the timeless tradition of the infectious, immediately identifiable ACCEPT sound, but with fresh ideas and a matured outlook on music and life. A new ... Read more in Amazon's Accept Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 10, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Nuclear Blast America
  • ASIN: B00753MBHA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (96 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,053 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Hung, Drawn and Quartered
2. Stalingrad
3. Hellfire
4. Flash to Bang Time
5. Shadow Soldiers
6. Revolution
7. Against the World
8. Twist of Fate
9. The Quick and the Dead
10. Never Forget (Bonus Track)
11. The Galley

Editorial Reviews

Accept's history dates back to the days when heavy metal was just in its formative stages. Their first album came in 1979 but the fire has only burned brighter, as heard in the 2010 album, Blood of the Nations, which catapulted them back into the forefront of heavy metal. Inspired by their fans' awe-inspiring reaction to their explosive live shows as well as the grandiose success of that comeback album, the band bring us another collection of heavy metal classics. Stalingrad is every bit as voluminous as the band's legendary releases with new metal anthems that carry on their tradition of excellence. This vibrant and mesmerizing album harnesses everything that earned Accept the status of true heavy metal legends: thunderous riffs, blinding guitar leads, aggressive vocals and infectious, undiluted metal songs with a bite that are destined to keep Accept ahead of the pack. There truly is no rest for the wicked as the Teutonic terror continue their worldwide domination with a North American tour with Kreator, leaving all non-believers in their metallic dust!

Customer Reviews

Not this album, every song rocks and it has really good replay.
Erde Kaiser
Accept has turned the corner here, even if Udo wanted to come back, I think this guy is better, and the songs on this album are really well crafted.
If you've never listened to the older songs of the band, take a listen, and buy this CD.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Kingcrimsonprog on April 30, 2012
Format: Audio CD
Stalingrad is the thirteenth full-length studio album by the German Metal band Accept, and their second since reuniting and working with new frontman Mark Tornillo (of T.T. Quick fame) following up on the critically acclaimed comeback album Blood Of Nations from 2010.

The quality of the songwriting is excellent and the band make a superb job of mixing ballsy up-tempo tracks of purely driving classic Heavy Metal and longer dynamic tracks that shift tempos and explore clean and acoustic territory as well. There is enough variety so it isn't all just the same, but enough consistency that you're getting a pure and succinct experience.

Like Blood Of Nations before it, Stalingrad takes the classic Accept sound and modernizes it slightly. Don't misunderstand, it isn't overly contrived to be youthful, but it is energetic and vital with any cheesiness removed. The record touches on a few metal styles, with hints of Thrash, Speed and Power Metal all creeping in in small doses alongside the classic Teutonic Metal style off the early Accept albums.

Basically; imagine all the best elements of bands like Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Motorhead, Megadeth, Overkill, and others condensed down into one album of tasteful guitar melodies and soaring leads, gang-backing-vocals and hard crunchy riffs. Mark's gravely low voice and occasional high notes come across as a brilliant mid-way point between Lemmy influenced singers and Halford influenced singers and suit the music remarkably well.

The production, from Andy Sneap is also utterly perfect for the album and makes the music sound both powerful and clear, with crunchy feeling on the palm muted riffs and a clean sound on the leads.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Michael P. James on July 25, 2012
Format: Audio CD
First things first-these guys show everyone who plays metal just how it's done. I only knew of accept through their song "Balls to the Wall. I liked the song, just a bit more party-metal for my taste. I listen to so many styles of music that I sometimes miss out or hear about a killer album well after the album first comes out. The guys from the TV program "That metal show" gave props to another accept CD called Blood of the Nations. Thank you Eddie, Don & Jim!! Blood of the Nations is an aweseome CD!! Accept may have a new lead singer in Mark Tornillo but have not lost any of their explosive sound. I never would of guessed the follow up album Stelingrad would be just as well, explosive!! The solos from Wolf are amazing and will pierce your ears to obilivion! All of the tracks are thunderous, but make sure you crank your speakers WAAAYY UP when "Hellfire" is playing. My God, sounds like the theme for the world ending,surrounded by blazing guitars, pounding drums and true metal chops. There is far to much candy-cane metal and goopy hard rock music to deal with, sure is good to know that Accept just keeps metal music raw & the real deal.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By trebe TOP 500 REVIEWER on April 17, 2012
Format: Audio CD
Quite simply, Stalingrad (2012) is one of the best Accept albums ever, and that's saying a lot. It is a devastating, and brutal experience which epitomizes the best that heavy metal has to offer at this time. There's not a lot of pretense here, and very few surprises, as Accept has had pretty much the same sound for nearly three decades. Forget about love ballads, this is the dark stuff that reaches out and grabs you in the gut, and shakes your foundations. If you want to hear about pain, war, death, struggle, oppression, evil, and destruction, then Accept is speaking your language, and with a maturity and conviction that is powerfully effective.

When the core of Accept, guitarists Wolf Hoffman and Herman Frank, bass player Peter Baltes, and drummer Stefan Schwarzmann, reformed with new vocalist Mark Tornillo, some may have doubted that the band could be as powerful as before, and questioned how anyone could replace the legendary Udo Dirkschneider. First on Blood of the Nations (2010), and now on Stalingrad, Accept has clearly demonstrated that the members of the band more than stand on their own merits as musicians and songwriters, and Mark Tornillo is one hell of a singer. Kind of a mix of Udo, Graham Bonnett, and Rob Halford, Tornillo's aggressive singing style meshes perfectly with the band's dark musical tone.

Led by DIrkschneider and Hoffman, Accept was one of heaviest exponents of Eurometal in the 1980's. After forming his band U.D.O., and leaving Accept, Dirkschneider has continued to produce the same kind of pile driving metal that the original Accept pioneered.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Nikiforos V. Skoumas on April 29, 2012
Format: Audio CD
"Stalingrad-Brothers in Death" is the brand new, 13th studio album by German-American heavy metal band "Accept", marking their second studio effort since their reformation. Building on the success of their previous/comeback album "Blood of the Nations", the line up of founders Wolf Hoffmann (g) and Peter Baltes (b) along with Herman Frank (g), Stefan Schwarzmann (d) and Mark Tornillo (v) reunite with renowned producer Andy Sneap for a second release in the new decade.

It has to be clear that despite its title referencing the historical battle of Stalingrad during WWII, "Brothers in Death" is much more of a rebellious metal album rather than an epic/power metal work. In terms of performance, the double bass drum attack has been reduced substantially leaving room, in favor of more standardized heavy metal rhythm patents. This ties perfectly with the overall approach of "Stalingrand" which is prioritizes fist-pumping heavy metal anthems and at times straightforward hard rocking tunes rather than speeding tracks. Songs like "Hellfire", "Revolution", "Twist of Fate" and "Against the world" draw towards the band's late `70s-early `80s approach, naturally coated by state-of-the art contemporary production/mastering.

Of course you will find the occasional speeding track, being the furious "The quick and the dead" though for its biggest part the new "Accept" album is based on the foundation of their first three albums. Overall "Stalingrad" has the potential to satisfy a wide range of metal fans coming from German heavy metal, NWOBHM, power metal or `80s metal in general. The new "Accept" is indeed here to stay!
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