ACCEPT Teases Video for New Single “Zombie Apocalypse” While Announcing a Delay in the Arrival of Their “Too Mean To Die” Album

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German/American metal legends ACCEPT will release a music video for their new single “Zombie Apocalypse”, on January 15. A teaser video for the track can be seen below.

“Zombie Apocalypse” is taken from the band’s upcoming album, “Too Mean To Die” which has now been postponed two weeks from the previously announced January 15th date, and will be made available on January 29th via Nuclear Blast. We reviewed the album this week, and you can read all about it here.

ACCEPT stated about the “Too Mean To Die” delay: “Unfortunately, with a heavy heart we have to postpone the release of our new album, ‘Too Mean To Die’, from January 15th to January 29th, 2021.

“Due to a COVID-19-related pressing plant closure, the finished product has been massively delayed so that the planned release on January 15th, 2021 cannot be kept. We are very sorry about this and we hope that all ACCEPT fans are understanding of this very unfortunate situation and continue to support the band. It has been over three years since the last ACCEPT album, so we hope you can wait another two weeks for the new record.

“In order to shorten the waiting time for you, we have decided to release a new video for the track ‘Zombie Apocalypse’ together with a digital single on January 15th, 2021.”

“Zombie Apocalypse” is a classic ACCEPT cracker: dynamic and unwavering, turned up to eleven! Relentless and hard, it strikes the same tone as “Too Mean To Die” in the band’s signature style. The 3rd single will again be accompanied with a wink – this time about one of our most current diseases – and be assured it’s not Corona:
 
Marc Tornillo quotes: “Cell phone zombies – they are everywhere, they can’t put them down, they can’t keep them charged, they can’t look away! It’s a Zombie Apocalypse! Who doesn’t feel caught in this?

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