album review : Stalingrad (2012) – Accept

album : Stalingrad

artist : Accept

genre : Heavy Metal

year : 2012

Explosive ten song treat by German heavy metal outfit Accept, and to summarize the review, the band has bared it all on their latest release Stalingrad. They had made a similar comeback with their ass whooping 2010 album Blood of the Nations, but Stalingrad is going to shake your surroundings whilst whirling you in a ripple of heavy metal. The untainted bliss that is sprayed on you would elevate your spirits more than holding your favorite gadget would. This is the best heavy metal release of the year by far. Had this album been released in the band’s initial days then we would have been looking at a different Accept today, considering the kind of impact Stalingrad would have left.

Hold on, hold on. This isn’t just heavy metal here, it is metal with a whole lot of speed, attitude, spunk, melody and some real message. Something like this hasn’t reached our ears nor pleased our souls in the longest time. Solos after solos after solos, that is what Stalingrad‘s pinnacle is. The two guitarists, Wolf Hoffmann and Herman Frank, have rewritten the rules for sublime metal and they’ve done that by putting together all their experiences. The album should be named Stalingrad – full of solos, as it is overflowing with solos that chase your emotions. Even the lyrics and the songwriting makes this the only heavy metal party to be at. Mark Tornillo‘s deafening screams act as the perfect counterparts to Stefan Schwarmann‘s brisk drumming which follows the disciplined bass notes by Peter Baltes.

Stalingrad is top of the list material featuring several songs that are going to make it to the best of / compilation album that Accept might release in another twenty years. Solid metal, that will hit your chest hard. Nothing at all should come in between the band and the main headlining stage at every major festival in this goddamn world. Shut the fuck up, grab a bullhorn and ask everybody around you to join the revolution that is Accept!

Key tracks : EVERY SONG.

Rating : 4.5/5

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