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Accept, Kreator Announce Co-Headlining North American Tour

Two of Germany's most storied metal bands are teaming up for a co-headlining tour of North America, as Kreator and Accept have officially announced the "Teutonic Terror Attack" tour.

The tour comes in support of new albums from both bands. Accept released their latest album, Stalingrad, back in March, while Kreator are set to release Phanton Antichrist on June 5.

Support on the 23-city trek will come from Finland's Swallow the Sun.

Accept, Kreator Co-Headling Tour Dates

  • 09/05/12 Howard Theater – Washington, D.C.
  • 09/06/12 The Trocadero – Philadelphia, PA
  • 09/07/12 Best Buy Theater – New York, NY
  • 09/08/12 The Palladium – Worcester, MA
  • 09/10/12 Metropolis – Montreal, QC – CANADA
  • 09/11/12 Imperial de Quebec - Quebec City, QC - CANADA
  • 09/12/12 Phoenix Concert Theatre – Toronto, ON - CANADA
  • 09/14/12 Newport Music Hall – Columbus, OH
  • 09/15/12 Mojoe’s – Joliet, IL
  • 09/16/12 The Beaumont Club – Kansas City, MO
  • 09/18/12 Gothic Theater – Englewood, CO
  • 09/19/12 The Complex – Salt Lake City, UT
  • 09/21/12 Rickshaw Theater – Vancouver, B.C. – CANADA
  • 09/22/12 Showbox at the Market – Seattle, WA
  • 09/23/12 Roseland Theater – Portland, OR
  • 09/25/12 The Grand Ballroom – San Francisco, CA
  • 09/26/12 The Avalon – Hollywood, CA
  • 09/27/12 The Grove – Anaheim, CA
  • 09/28/12 Marquee Theatre – Tempe, AZ
  • 09/30/12 Emo’s East – Austin, TX
  • 10/01/12 Trees – Dallas, TX
  • 10/02/12 House Of Blues – New Orleans, LA
  • 10/04/12 Tremont Music Hall – Charlotte, NC

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Josh Hart is a former web producer and staff writer for Guitar World and Guitar Aficionado magazines (2010–2012). He has since pursued writing fiction under various pseudonyms while exploring the technical underpinnings of journalism, now serving as a senior software engineer for The Seattle Times.