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On a solid up­ward tra­jec­tory fol­low­ing their Udo-less 2009 re­union, The Rise Of Chaos rep­re­sents both Ac­cept’s fun­da­men­tal strengths forged over four decades as well as the more mod­ern ideals that have rein­vig­o­rated their au­di­ence. The 4/4 hard rock stomp of Ana­log Man is nos­tal­gic in both sound and mes­sage but it’s Wolf Hoff­mann’s in­ci­sive yet in­fec­tious rhythm play­ing on the ti­tle track and Die By The Sword that proves to be the per­fect ve­hi­cle for Mark Tornillo histri­onic vo­cals and lyri­cal barbs at­tack­ing so­ci­ety’s ac­cel­er­at­ing de­scent that cul­mi­nates in the im­pe­ri­ous Race To Ex­tinc­tion. Only the odd duffer such as Koolaid sours a feast for met­allers old and new. Adam Rees Down­load The Rise Of Chaos

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