ACCEPT’s WOLF HOFFMANN Reflects on The Importance Of Releasing New Material: “We Never Want To Be A Nostalgia Band And Live Off Of Our Past”

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Accept are back with another killer record, the aptly titled “Too Mean to Die”. Since their reformation in 2010, now with Mark Tornillo on vocals, they have experienced quite a resurgence, with a string of very successful albums, beginning with 2010’s “Blood of the Nations”. “Too Mean to Die” follows the same tradition of their previous efforts, with a little bit more of diversity in the track-list and is a worthy addition to the band’s pantheon. We recently published our own take on the album and you can check it out at this location.

Recording an album with a new lineup can be a risky proposition, but main-man Wolf Hoffmann, the only musician to be featured on all albums of their extensive career is always up for a challenge. With the help of producer Andy Sneap, they concocted yet another incredible collection of songs, which will certainly please long-time fans.

Sonic Perspectives collaborator Rodrigo Altaf discussed the new album with Wolf, and they also addressed his love for Flying V guitars, releasing an album during the pandemic, and what it’s like to have his wife collaborating with the band. Find out their spirited chat on the links below  and remember that for more interviews and other daily content, Sonic Perspectives is on Facebook, Flipboard, Twitter and YouTube, where you can be notified about new content we publish on a daily basis.


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