Accept has released a new trailer promoting its forthcoming live recording.
The band debuted the trailer for its upcoming live recording Symphonic Terror on Thursday. The recording is scheduled to be released Nov. 23 via Nuclear Blast. The trailer only runs 36-seconds in length, but gives a new visual and audio preview of the band’s new recording in that time.
Pre-orders for Symphonic Terror are open now. Symphonic Terror will be available on a variety of platforms, all of which are noted below.
Symphonic Terror – Live at Wacken 2017 will be available in the following formats:
- BluRay+2 CD-DIGI
- DVD+2 CD-DIGI
- 2 CD-DIGI
- 3 LP Box (black) incl. booklet, poster
- 3 LP Box (gold) incl. booklet, poster // NB Mailorder exclusive
- BluRay+DVD+2 CD-Earbook
- BluRay+DVD+2 CD-Earbook + photo card (signed) // NB Mailorder exclusive
Accept guitarist and founding member Wolf Hoffman said in an interview, that the band is proud of its new recording.
“We are so glad we recorded this unique show,” Hoffman said. “This very special concert at Wacken will always stay in our memories.”
He added that the band has already scheduled a handful of live dates for the new year, and that audiences have a lot to be excited about from the band in its upcoming dates.
“Those who couldn’t be there at Wacken have never seen Accept like this, but it’s definitely worth it. On our last tour, I personally missed the orchestra in some songs. What I can already say is this: There will be some visual and musical surprises on the Symphonic Terror tour that you wouldn’t exactly expect from Accept. 2019 will be exciting!”
The dates for the band’s upcoming tour are noted below.
ACCEPT live 2019:
31.01. – 04.02. USA Miami/Ft. Lauderdale, FL – 70000 Tons of Metal
20.04. D – Wuppertal – Stadthalle
21.04. D – Leipzig – Haus Auensee
22.04. D – Hamburg – Mehr!Theater
23.04. D – Fürth – Stadthalle
25.05. D – Saarbrücken – Congresshalle
27.05. D – München – Circus Krone
Accept’s new trailer for Symphonic Terror is just the latest video that the band has released in anticipation of the recording’s release. The band has also released full live clips of ‘Balls to the Wall,’ ‘Symphony No. 40‘ and ‘Breaker‘ to build anticipation for the recording’s release.
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