ACCEPT To Headline 'Rise Of Chaos' Festivals In Germany

German/American heavy metal legends ACCEPT will headline the ”Rise Of Chaos” festivals in Germany for the first time in November. After the big success of its latest album, ”Rise Of Chaos”, ACCEPT will play three festivals under the same name. As a platform for interesting, young and dynamic bands, these festivals will be continued and presented by Continental Concerts in the next years to offer a live spectacle to all fans of heavy metal.

Joining ACCEPT at the festival shows will be ORDEN OGAN, REFUGE and MONUMENT.

The dates:

Nov. 01 – Köln – Live Music Hall
Nov. 03 – Wiesbaden – Schlachthof
Nov. 04 – Obertraubling – Eventhall Airport

ACCEPT will release a live set, ”Symphonic Terror – Live At Wacken 2017”, on November 23 via Nuclear Blast. Fans can expect a unique ACCEPT show, shot on August 3, 2017 at the legendary Wacken Open Air festival, where the band played the biggest and most extraordinary show of its career in front of 80,000, on top of thousands more fans watching via a live stream.

The two-hour concert was divided into three parts, showing the full creative power of ACCEPT: The first part featured the premiere of new tracks ”Die By The Sword” and ”Koolaid”, as well as some of the band’s most popular songs, such as ”Restless And Wild” and ”Pandemic”. The middle part featured guitarist Wolf Hoffmann accompanied by a symphony orchestra, presenting the best tracks from his recent solo album, ”Headbangers Symphony”, which includes metal versions of some of the world’s biggest classical compositions (e.g. from Beethoven, Mozart, Vivaldi). And in the last but not least part, fans were able to bang their heads to ACCEPT anthems (also accompanied by the orchestra), such as ”Princess Of The Dawn”, ”Breaker”, ”Fast As A Shark” and ”Metal Heart”, as well as to newwe songs like ”Stalingrad”, ”Shadow Soldiers” and ”Teutonic Terror”. The finale was an eight-minute version of ACCEPT‘s classic song ”Balls To The Walls”.

”This was a mash-up of intensity and precision,” Wolf Hoffmann said about the fusion of heavy metal and classical music. ”The fans are extremely open-minded, but I was nervous till the last minute before the show anyway. After all, it’s still a metal festival! But I think that, after many years of ACCEPT combining both worlds, fans have started to really accept this concept.”

After the Wacken performance, Hoffmann told TotalRock‘s Whitney Alyson Ribbins: ”It was phenomenal. We didn’t really know what to expect. We did some rehearsals and stuff, but that was the first time we were ever on stage with an orchestra. It was totally different to what we normally do, but it sounded fantastic and it felt great. Everybody was smiling, the orchestra people had a lot of fun, the conductor was in a great mood and everybody was, like, ‘This is fun.’ It all went really, really smooth and it couldn’t have gone better.”

He continued: ”A lot of preparation went into it — months of talking about it and organizing everything and writing the scores and writing all the sheet music for everybody, because playing with an orchestra, you can’t just jam.”

What started as a world premiere at Wacken will be continued in early 2019. ACCEPT is planning to tour with an orchestra across Europe in the spring of next year. ”I really hope we will be able to fulfill our dream — we are working hard on it!” Hoffmann said. ”What I can already say now is that there will be lots of optical and musical surprises that fans of ACCEPT have never experienced before. We want to multiply what we have achieved in Wacken and are happy about every bit of support we get. One thing is for sure: 2019 will be exciting!”


Source: Blabbermouth

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