ACCEPT: New single ‘Zombie Apocalypse’

ACCEPT could have hardly chosen a more fitting title for their new record – Too Mean To Die. First a virus interrupted the recording process of their 16th studio album in early 2020, and now the same rotten thing caused the release to be postponed by two weeks, to January 29th. However, ACCEPT will not be knocked down by these setbacks. As a consolation for fans and to shorten the waiting time for the record’s release, the band have released their third single ‘Zombie Apocalypse’.

Get the latest single here: http://nblast.de/Accept-TooMeanToDieDSP

With hard-hitting melodies, its a 5-minute ACCEPT classic treat: dynamic, unshakeable, loud! There’s no doubt about it: ‘Zombie Apocalypse’ makes you want MORE and provides a perfect taster of the new album. The track contains a special hint about a widespread disease of our time, and rest assured it’s not Corona…

Singer Mark Tornillo explains: “They’re everywhere, they can’t put them (mobile phones) down. They can’t keep them charged; they can’t take their eyes off the screen! It’s a zombie apocalypse!”

Most of the limited edition vinyl formats for Too Mean To Die, which will be released on 29th January, are already sold out! Therefore, Nuclear Blast has decided to release another version in cooperation with ACCEPT’s partner Spotify: double vinyl in white strictly limited to 300 copies.

Pre-order/pre-save your copy here: http://nblast.de/Accept-TooMeanToDie
A chance to win the album here: www.accepttoomeantodie.com

ACCEPT are:
Wolf Hoffmann – guitar
Mark Tornillo – vocals
Uwe Lulis – guitar
Philip Shouse – guitar
Martin Motnik – bass
Christopher Williams – drums

ACCEPT Online:
www.acceptworldwide.com
www.facebook.com/accepttheband
www.nuclearblast.de/accept

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