ACCEPT Bassist Posts New Music Online, Prepares To Launch RockFactory

ACCEPT bassist Peter Baltes has uploaded a couple of tracks for a "Christian metal" album he is currently working on. Check out the songs "Furious" and "Speedrazor" at Baltes' newly launched MySpace page. Also available at the same location are are two demo tracks ("Coming Home" and "In Awe") Peter recorded in his home studio for another album, entitled "Soul Harvest".

Baltes recently launched a web site for his new music school called the RockFactory in Newtown, Pennsylvania. Check it out at this location. According to Peter, Rockfactory "will be the coolest rock school around. We teach all instruments/all ages. In addition, we offer jam sessions for kids in the afternoon and for adults at night. We also will have special appearances from some of my friends. I will teach advanced bass and classes on songwriting, production, etc."

ACCEPT last year completed a 25th anniversary tour with a touring lineup of original members Udo Dirkschneider (vocals), Wolf Hoffmann and Herman Frank (both on guitar) and Peter Baltes (bass), along with drummer Stefan Schwarzmann.

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