Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Classic Metal act has our balls to the wall once more.
James Simpson | USA | 09/26/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"After a disastrous 1987 album entitled, EAT THE HEAT, without the vocals of Udo Dirkscheider and a direction into poppier terrains, it was with great joy that the original band decided to reform with Udo once more with this terrific 1992 release.
The band blessedly remain the same, heavy band that Metalheads had grown to love, unaffected by the changing Metal tastes of the time.
Accept release an album that is able to rock with more purpose than there past few releases and is probally there most overall anthemic since 1985's METAL HEART album.
The tracks are overall strong including an infectious title cut, the OTT nuttiness of "Protectors of Terror" and "Slaves to Metal". There's also the AC/DC groove of prostitution track, "Donation" that is a personal favorite and the heavy/melodic "Bulletproof" which is probally one of the band's best songs.
Every track is serviceable, singable and likeable classic Accept and should certainly please fans of this sort of retro-OTT Metal.
Very reccomended Metal release that may also surprise some that have come into the Metal game late and may wish to discover the teutonic heaviness of one of Germany's all-time greatest Heavy Metal acts."