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7th February 2018


Legendary German Metal pioneers Accept arrive in England tomorrow for their only UK date this year and it promises to be a truly memorable night.

MetalTalk were at Wacken last year when Accept enthralled 75,000 Metalheads with a career-best performance on an occasion that has gone down as legendary and Thursday at the Koko is shaping up to be yet another classic night.

There are still tickets left for the London Koko gig on Thursday but these are selling very fast so get yours now right here to avoid disappointment.

Today's edition of Steve Göldby Talks Metal is The Chaos Edition and features an Accept special. The Teutonic terrors released 'Restless And Live' last year and it's a fitting document of one of Metal's great live acts that stands proudly alongside classic live albums such as 'No Sleep 'til Hammersmith', 'Live And Dangerous', 'Live Killers' and 'Strangers In The Night'.

It's a mammoth album with no less than seventeen tracks from right across Accept's career and you can hear a large section of it in today's show, along with must-hear tracks from Homerik, Orphaned Land, Judas Priest, Necrophobic and many more.

You can hear the full Chaos Edition right here.

Wolf Hoffmann was special guest on Monday night's You Spin Me Round show on MetalTalk Radio and you can listen to the Accept co-founder and guitarist talking through tracks from the German powerhouse's latest live album, 'Restless And Live'.

You Spin Me Round is MetalTalk's album review show and this edition features, along with 'Restless And Live', the new albums by Saxon, Phil Campbell And The Bastard Sons, Therion, Michael Schenker and Voodoo Circle. You can hear tracks from these tremendous new releases for the very first time and enjoy expert commentary on them by the top Metal reviewers around.

The show is presented by Deputy Editor Liz Medhurst and is available to enjoy right here:


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