Acceptance Confirm New Music in the Works


The world’s mind collectively exploded (we of course mean that figuratively) when Acceptance was listed as one of the acts to be reuniting at this year’s Skate and Surf Festival in New Jersey.

Things went to a completely different level of excitement earlier this week when the band, who disbanded in 2006, announced they would not only be playing a pre-Skate and Surf show at the Gramercy in New York on May 15, but also a show in Seattle.

Apparently, that’s not all the good news fans of the band have been treated to.

According to a new interview conducted by Absolute Punk earlier today, the band have been working on new music since they announced their reunion.

But that’s not all they had.

Turns out, before their disbandment, they had recorded some demos that never saw the day of light.

“What about new music? Has this been something that’s been discussed?

Nick [Radovanovic]: Yes, definitely was a topic of conversation shortly after we started talking about playing shows. Before the band stopped back in 2006, we did a handful of demos for what was going to be our next record. I think some of those songs will be revamped and used for the future. The last 2 months for us have been non-stop writing. Accumulating loads of new ideas for future songs.

In fact, Jason [Vena] and I just got done tracking some vocals at my studio in Wisconsin. He came out for a couple days and we worked on a couple songs. I will say, being back in a studio environment and working on Acceptance jams is something I never thought would happen again. It was exciting to say the least. Very excited for new songs. We are music lovers, we would feel blessed to be able to keep making it.”

See guys, it’s only a matter of time before that new album is complete and a full tour schedule will be gracing our website.

Or we can only hope.

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