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News : Accept announce exclusive show in Melbourne

By on June 13, 2017

German Teutonic metallers Accept have announced an exclusive show in Melbourne on Sunday, 17th September, all thanks to Metropolis Touring. The band are in the midst of releasing their fifth studio album titled, The Rise of Chaos, which is due for release on August 4th via Nuclear Blast Records. Check out the latest single below.

Tickets for the band’s upcoming exclusive Australian show go on sale Friday, 16th June from 9am (local), and pre-sales going on sale Wednesday, 14th June at 9am (local). Let everyone you’re going by attending the official Facebook page.

Accept were last in Australia back in 2014 promoting their crushing release, Blind Rage, also available through Nuclear Blast Records.

ACCEPT’s 15th studio album, ‘The Rise of Chaos’, is set for release on August 4th via Nuclear Blast and Australian fans are amongst the first to catch the new live set. Every single fan of Classic Heavy Metal will want to be fist in air shouting along as one of the hardest working bands in the world belt out highlights from ‘The Rise of Chaos’ as well as all their classic anthems – Balls To The Wall, Fast as a Shark, Metal Heart, Restless and Wild, Teutonic Terror plus many more!

Having released classic album after album such as ‘Balls To The Wall’, ‘Metal Heart’ and ‘Restless And Wild’, ACCEPT have become one of the most influential and acclaimed metal bands of all time. Their unforgettable vocals and Wolf Hoffmann’s classic riffs became a major part of 80’s Heavy Metal history!

This will be an Epic Fan Exclusive that you cannot miss! Judging by the response to their blistering performances last time, this One-Off Show will sell out quickly – if you don’t grab tickets as soon as you can and you miss out, well, hey… don’t say you weren’t warned! ACCEPT are back, firing on all cylinders and as vibrant and vital as ever!

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