ACCEPT announced a new bassist and violinist for the upcoming tour

Today, German heavy metal powerhouse, ACCEPT, announce the addition of Martin Motnik on bass and Rebekah Rahman on violin as the band prepares to launch the Symhonic Terror Tour on April 20th in Wuppertal, Germany.

Born in Ludwigshafen, Germany, Motnik has been playing music since he was seven years old and has been a member of several bands both in Germany and the United States. He was asked by Uli Jon Roth to join him for his 2008 U.S. tour and again in 2009 and 2012. in addition to his musical talent, Motnik also has a Master’s Degree in Business from the University of Mannheim.

We are overwhelme and honored by the musicians who auditioned for the open position. The level of talent we saw was unprecedented, and we believe Martin Motnik is a perfect fit as he’ll be joining us for the Symphonic Terror Tour and upcoming ACCEPT shows“, said Wolf Hoffmann, founding member of the band.

Also joining the Symphonic Terror Tour is Ava-Rebekah Rahman, a descendant of Bengali Royalty and highly esteemed violinist. Born and raised in England, Rahman is a renowned solo violinist, poet and music educator. She made her solo concert debut at the age of ten at the National Orchestra and has had an ilustrious career ever since, having played internationally with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Prague Philharmonic and many more.


20.04.          D         Wuppertal – Stadthalle
21.04.          D         Leipzig – Haus Auensee
22.04.          D         Hamburg – Mehr! Theater
23.04.          D         Fürth – Stadthalle
25.04.          UA       Kiev – Palace Ukraine
27.04.          RUS     St. Petersburg – DK Lensoveta
28.04.          RUS     Moscow – Crocus City Hall
15.05.          CZ        Prague – Kongresové centrum
18.05.          BG       Plovdiv – Ancient Theatre
19.05.          BG       Plovdiv – Ancient Theatre
25.05.          D         Saarbrücken – Congresshalle
27.05.          D         Munich – Circus Krone
26.06.          N         Oslo – Kork at the Opera House

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