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5th February 2018


Wolf Hoffmann is special guest on tonight's You Spin Me Round show on MetalTalk Radio and the Accept co-founder and guitarist will be 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 tonight's 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'll get to 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:


The Accept feature with Wolf will no doubt put you in the mood for what will be a storming Thursday night when Accept's 'The Rise Of Chaos' world tour stampedes into London for the Teutonic Terrors' only UK show of 2018.

The London Koko show is part of a twenty-eight date long European run across fourteen countries which is already well underway and this will also be followed by a special Ukrainian show and four Russian dates.

Tickets for London Koko on Thursday are selling fast so make sure you don't miss out by getting yours now right here.


Here's the full details of You Spin Me Round Edition Thirteen.

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Therion: 'Beloved Antichrist' (Nuclear Blast) reviewed by Ian Sutherland
"It's a sweeping grandeur of a saga with recurring themes, a complex storyline and dozens of characters all played by different singers. Epic is just too small a word for this. It's gargantuan."

Tracks played: 'Temple Of New Jerusalem', 'The Arrival Of Apollonius', 'Theme Of Antichrist'

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Phil Campbell And The Bastard Sons: 'The Age Of Absurdity' (Nuclear Blast) reviewed by Brian Boyle
"The release may help ease the pain of a very emotional time and in some small way reassure fans that the heart of one the world's greatest rock'n'roll bands is still beating in some form. A superb debut album. Raise a glass and play it loud."

Tracks played: 'Dark Days', 'Ringleader', 'Welcome To Hell'

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Saxon: 'Thunderbolt' (Silver Lining Music) reviewed by Steve Ritchie
"Have the 'tea drinkers from Barnsley', as they were once famously dubbed, produced an album with an electrifying edge, which continues to cement their status as legendary pioneers of British Heavy Metal? The short answer is 'most definitely'."

Tracks played: 'They Played Rock’n’Roll, 'The Secret Of Flight

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Voodoo Circle: 'Raised On Rock' (AFM) reviewed by Ian Sutherland

"It's a rollicking good ride from start to finish. 'Raised On Rock' is a true statement and those rock'n'roll parents would be proud of this offspring."

Tracks played: 'Running Away From Love', 'Higher Love', 'Dreamchaser'

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Special Feature: Wolf Hoffman from Accept in conversation with Johnny Churchill about the ‘Restless And Live’ album and the current tour

Tracks played: 'Stalingrad, 'Final Journey', 'Pandemic', 'Fast As A Shark'

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Michael Schenker: 'A Decade Of The Mad Axeman' (inakustik) reviewed by Johnny Main
"This is an ideal introduction to the man, the talent and some of the amazing musicians he's collaborated with."

Tracks played: 'A Night To Remember', 'Armed And Ready, 'Lord Of The Lost And Lonely'


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