Accept guitarist Wolf Hoffmann gave an interview to The Metal Mixtape and spoke about how he and his bandmates are staying busy during the coronavirus pandemic.
He said: "We can't really do much. We have to wait until things get better. I know a lot of people are doing these lockdown videos or streaming shows and things like that, but I don't think that's really the right thing for ACCEPT. So we'll wait until we can actually meet in person on stage again in front of a proper audience. I don't know what [other] people are doing, to be honest," he continued. "I guess everybody has to find their own way until this mess is over. It's just tragic, in the entertainment industry in general. And, really, it's not so much the musicians — it's really almost more the crew and the whole entourage people and people that support the whole business. They are suffering even more, because we are at least making records and we have some residual income from all that. But other guys, they have nothing right now. It's tragic".
Accept's new album, "Too Mean To Die", will be released on January 15, 2021 via Nuclear Blast.