Accept – Too Mean To Die

Accept – Too Mean To Die

Label: Nuclear Blast

Release date: January 29th, 2021


“Too Mean To Die” is another solid release in German Metal veteran’s ACCEPT’s career. Perfectly produced by Andy Sneap, very well performed – especially the guitars by the dynamic duo Hoffmann/Lulis sound really good – and very well sung by Mark Tornillo. “Solid” also describes the song-writing the best. ACCEPT always have been one of the best bands when it comes to create Metal hymns with sing-a-long-chorusses as they can be heard on “The Undertaker”, “Overnight Sensation” and “Symphony Of Pain” or on the fast paced “Symphony Of Pain”. “The Best Is Yet To Come” is a prototype of a power ballad while “Not My Problem” comes as versatile performed neckbreaker.

After a couple of weaker album efforts, the German masters of Metal finally return with a good release that puts a bigger bigger focus onto the group’s trademarks and offers their fans more of what they’re longing for: good, old-school Heavy Metal with remorable, traditional riffs and catchy melodies.


Birgitt Schwanke


  1. Zombie Apocalypse 5:35
  2. Too Mean To Die 4:21
  3. Overnight Sensation 4:24
  4. No Ones Master 4:10
  5. The Undertaker 5:37
  6. Sucks To Be You 4:05
  7. Symphony Of Pain 4:39
  8. The Best Is Yet To Come 4:47
  9. How Do We Sleep 5:41
  10. Not My Problem 4:21
  11. Samson And Delilah 4:31

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Author: Birgitt Schwanke

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