In a recent interview on Dead Rhetoric, Accept’s guitarist, Wolf Hoffmann, said that he is not interested in writing his biography.
“I would not, short answer to that question,” he said. “I’ll tell you why: I have no fun in poking around in the past. It’s painful for me to even talk about the previous albums in the past of the’70s, ’80s and ’90s. It forced me to relive these moments. A lot of mixed stuff happens in a career, some of it good, some of it not so good. Going back at it is really never any fun for me. Let the past be the past, and let’s move on with the future. I wrote the song ‘The Best Is Yet To Come’ for that reason, it’s my life philosophy. I don’t enjoy second-guessing and reliving these old moments, all that kind of stuff. I find it not pleasant.”