MORTIIS and SUSPERIA will be teaming up for the "Unlimited Grudge" U.K. tour in September. Confirmed dates are as follows:

Sep. 15 - Bar Fly – Cardiff, UK
Sep. 16 - Academy – Birmingham, UK
Sep. 17 - Rio – Bradford, UK
Sep. 18 - Rock City - Nottingham, UK
Sep. 20t - Academy - Liverpool, UK
Sep. 21 - Cathouse - Glasgow, UK
Sep. 22 - Arts Centre - Norwich, UK
Sep. 23 - Woughton Centre - Milton Keynes, UK
Sep. 24 - The Ocean - London, UK
Sep. 25 - Concorde 2 - Brighton, UK

MORTIIS's new album, "The Grudge", is scheduled for release in September through Earache Records. The follow-up to 2001's critically acclaimed "The Smell of Rain" was recorded over a six-month period at Silvertone Studios in Fredrickstad, Norway by Mortiis (vocals, synths, programming, sound design), Levi Gawron (guitar), Asmund Sveinunggard (guitar) and Leo Troy (drums) and has been co-produced by Vegard Blomberg. Mastering duties will take place at Norway's premier facility, The Living Room, in Oslo.


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