See: Accept share video treat of a new track after they postpone their new album release date due to covid

German heavy rockers Accept have been forced to postpone the release of their new album ‘Too Mean To Die’ from January 15th to January 29th 2021. This is due to COVID-19 related pressing plant closure which has delayed the album finishing.

In order to shorten the waiting time for their fans, the band has decided to release their video for the track ‘Zombie Apocalypse’ together with a digital single on January 15th. 

Marc Tornillo states: 

“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 up in this?!”

You know what you get with these guys and ‘Zombie Apocalypse’ delivers with heavy guitars, huge drums and that distinctive voice of Tornillo. Wild lead riffs bursting out of the fast paced driving rhythms that never let up.

Check it out here

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Pre-order the album here

The album will be available on CD, Cassette, 2-LP Vinyl in 8 colours plus via Limited Edition Deluxe Box Set containing a CD Digipack, special coloured 2-LP with a pop-out snake, cover patch and a signed autograph by the band as well as digital on all platforms. 

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