The German Hard Rock band Accept announced new 2023 tour dates for Europe. The band will perform in Germany, Spain, France, Switzerland, Poland, Estonia, Finland, Sweden, Denmark and Norway from January to February. They are currently promoting their latest album “Too Mean To Die” released in 2021.
In an official statement, the band said: “ACCEPT today announced the dates of their European tour, which has been postponed to early 2023 – see tour flyer! The dates could be mirrored almost identically from January / February 2022 to January / February 2023.”
The band’s current line-up has Wolf Hoffmann (Guitar – Original member), Mark Tornillo (Vocals), Uwe Lulis (Guitar), Christopher Williams (Drums), Martin Motnik (Bass) and Philip Shouse (Guitar).
Formed in Solingen, West Germany back in 1976, Accept first achieved fame with albums like “Breaker” (1981), “Restless and Wild (1982), “Balls To The Wall” (1983) and “Metal Heart” (1985). They had a ressurgence when the band came back in 2010 with the new singer Mark Tornillo. With the American vocalist, the band released praised albums like “Blood Of The Nations” (2010), “Stalingrad” (2012) and “The Rise Of Chaos” (2017).
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