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Songs in album Accept - Blood Of The Nations (2010). 1. Beat The Bastards. Так же как и песня "Land of the Free - бонус-трек на японской SHM-CD версии. Студийный альбом "Blood of the Nations" этот состоит из 12 песен: 1. Beat the Bastards 5:24 2. Teutonic Terror 5:13 3. The Abyss 6:53 4. Blood of the Nations 5:37 5. Shades of Death 7:32 6. Locked and Loaded 4:28 7. Kill the Pain 5:47 8. Rolling Thunder 4:54 9. Pandemic 5:36 10. New. World Comin´ 4:50 11. No Shelter 6:04 12. Bucket Full of Hate. Пожалуй, эти стариканы дадут фору молодым. Time Machine и Kill The Pain просто красавицы песни.
Album Name Blood of the Nations. Data de lançamento 14 Setembro 2010. Labels Nuclear Blast. When I read that Accept are coming back with a new album and a new singer I thought that it would be another bad album just like Eat the Heat(1989) and I wondered '' will it worth without Udo on lyrics?''. Before the album be released I decided to watch their new video ''Teutonic Terror''. Firstly I got surprised and secondly I wanted to listen to the song again and again. Blood of the Nations is a real heavy metal album because a man whose name is Wolf Hoffman wanted to write some songs with the same old guys except the singer.
ACCEPT - Pandemic (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO) 6:01. Accept - Blood of the Nations 5:37. Accept - Blood Of The Nations Beat The Bastards 5:28. Accept - Time Machine 5:25. Accept - Land Of The Free (Japan Bonus Track) 4:52.
Blood of the Nations (2010) by Accept. Labels: Nuclear Blast. Genres: Heavy Metal Members: Mark Tornillo, Wolf Hoffmann, Herman Frank, Peter Baltes, Stefan Schwarzmann. That's the experience a lot of listeners are going to have with Accept's latest album, "Blood Of The Nations.
A photo of the disc is included in the RAR file. The last time there was a new studio album from German headbangers Accept, it was 1996, and heavy metal was quite possibly at an all-time low - completely ignored by MTV (Headbanger's Ball was off the air), and forget about radio. But the album in question, Predator, did include longtime members Udo Dirkschneider, guitarist Wolf Hoffman, and bassist Peter Baltes. Fast forward ten years, and vintage metal was in a much healthier and happier state, with bands from the '80s experiencing an undeniable resurgence in popularity.