Norway's SUSPERIA "are in heavy negotiations with [record company] partners in Europe and USA to decide on the future of the band," according to the group's official web site (www.susperia.net). "As you all know the [upcoming] album is 90% finished still completing the lyrical part, and it is just about ready to be thrown into a studio recording session upon signing the new deal. In addition we warn South American fans already at this early stage of the year… SUSPERIA are scheduled for at least 2 confirmed shows in Venezuela in mid-October. Headlining with 90-minute shows. More details will follow." In other news, video footage of SUSPERIA drummer Tjodalv and guitarist Elvorn performing a cover of ACCEPT's "Fast as a Shark" along with Silenoz and Shagrath from DIMMU BORGIR will be broadcast on Norwegian National Broadcasting Television (NRK) this Wednesday, Feb. 26 at 10:30 p.m. The recording in question was filmed at the kick-off party for the 2003 installment of Inferno Festival on Jan. 18 at Rockefeller Music Hall/John Dee in Oslo, Norway.
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