Accept are going to hit the stage together with AC/DC at their show in Hannover on 25 May.
Metal icons Accept, who had big hits in the 80s with songs such as 'Balls To The Wall' and shared the stage with Ozzy Osbourne, Van Halen and AC/DC, are back in business.
In September 2010, the band will release their first studio album in almost 15 years.
The album titled 'Blood Of The Nations', which will be released through the metal record label Nuclear Blast, is undeniably the CD highlight of 2010.
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8th May marks the start of Accept's exclusive Warm Up Tour. This will include shows in USA and Europe.
Their premiere at the Gramercy Theatre in New York is already sold out. Further cities include Moscow, St. Petersburg, Stockholm, Helsinki, Gelsenkirchen, Paris, London, Uden, Madrid and Bilbao.
For the European leg of the tour, Accept have just now announced a big highlight:
On 25th May, Accept will be the official support act of rock legends AC/DC.
The show will take place at the Messe Halle in Hannover. Nearly 70,000 fans are expected to join this fantastic event.
Other dates of the Warm Up Tour:
May 8th - Gramercy Theatre, New York City
May 11th - Forum Palace - Vilnius, Lithuania
May 14th - B1 Maximum, Moscow, Russia
May 15th - Lensoveta Theatre, St. Petersburg, Russlia
May 18th - Virgin Oil. Co. - Helsinki, Finland
May 20th - Debaser Slussen - Stockholm, Sweden
May 22nd - Rock Hard Festival (co-headlining), Gelsenkirchen, Germany
May 23rd - De Pu, Uden, Netherlands
May 24th - Le Bataclan, Paris, France
May 25 th - Messegelände, Hannover, Germany (support of AC/DC)
May 26th - Islington O2 Academy, London, UK
May 28th - Sala Heiniken, Madrid, Spain
May 30th - Rockstar Live Barakaldo, Bilbao, Spain