Accept Debuts ‘The Undertaker’ Video

Courtesy: Nuclear Blast Records

Veteran metal band Accept debuted the video for its latest single this week.

The band debuted the video for its new single ‘The Undertaker‘ Friday. The song and its video are the first from the band’s forthcoming album Too Mean To Die, which is scheduled for release Jan. 15, 2021 though Nuclear Blast Records.

According to information available about the very goth-style video, the building shots were filmed at a mansion in Poland and the cemetery shots were recorded at a cemetery in Nashville, TN. The video’s eponymous character is dressed in a vintage style outfit and donning makeup that makes him look like a cross between The Crow and The Joker. The information provided did not name the actor who portrayed the undertaker.

In related news, the band announced through the noted information, it will reveal the album artwork for Too Mean To Die when ‘The Undertaker’ reaches 500,000 streams on Spotify. Additionally, fans who stream the new single can also earn a chance to have a one-on-one zoom meeting with the members of Accept.

‘The Undertaker’ is available to stream and download here. Additionally, it is available on limited edition 7″ vinyl pressings in Europe and the United States. The European pressing is in gold/marble and the American pressing is in red.

Too Mean To Die was mixed by Andy Sneap (Arch Enemy, Fozzy, Megadeth).

Front man Wolf Hoffmann talked about the album’s title in a recent interview.

“We wanted to approach the Corona situation with a twist,” he said. “Accept are the “Metal Soldiers” – we march on and on. We are ‘too mean to die'”.

More information on Accept’s new single and album is available along with all of the band’s latest news at:




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