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4th February 2018


Accept's 'The Rise Of Chaos' world tour arrives in London on Thursday night and it promises to be a spectacular occasion.

The twenty-eight date European run has been a huge success so far with most shows completely selling out and London Koko on Thursday looks set to be yet another blockbuster.

Some tickets are left and you can secure yours right here.


Maestro Wolf Hoffmann talked us through some of the tracks on Accept's tremendous new live album, 'Restless And Live', over the weekend and you can hear the conversation on MetalTalk Radio on Monday evening. Keep your eye on the site for this.

It's been an awesome time for Accept since frontman Mark Tornillo joined the Teutonic terrors and they signed with Heavy Metal powerhouse Nuclear Blast in 2009. The four albums they have released since - 'Blood Of The Nations' (2010), 'Stalingrad' (2012), 'Blind Rage' (2014) and last year's 'The Rise Of Chaos' - are all amongst the very top Metal releases of the century so far and live, Accept are simply staggering.


Thursday at the Koko is currently Accept's only UK date this year and is not to be missed. You can win tickets in our exclusive competition right here. If you only go to one gig this month, make it this one.

'The Rise Of Chaos' World Tour 2018 remaining dates:

4th February: (DE) Frankfurt - Batschkapp
6th February: (NL) Eindhoven - Effenaar
7th February: (BE) Antwerpen - Trix
8th February: (UK) London - Koko
9th February: (DE) Oberhausen - Turbinenhalle
11th February: (DK) Copenhagen - Vega
12th February: (NO) Oslo - Rockefeller
14th February: (SWE) Gothenburg - Trädgår'n
15th February: (SWE) Stockholm - Cruise
17th February: (FI) Turku - Logomo
18th February: (FI) Helsinki - The Circus

Here's the link for tickets for London Koko on Thursday again, just to save you scrolling back up. Thursday is currently Accept's only UK date of 2018.

Accept enjoyed what was probably the biggest night of their career last August when they played a three-part special at Wacken. The first part of the show included world premieres of songs from 'The Rise Of Chaos' which was released the following day, part two saw Wolf playing songs from his solo classical/Metal albums and finally, the full band returned to play classics from their catalogue with a full symphony orchestra.

It most certainly was a night to remember.




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