SUSPERIA Announce Norwegian Dates

SUSPERIA follow their explosive appearance at this year's Inferno Festival with more live dates throughout Norway. The band have just announced details of a short Norwegian tour in support of their new album, "Unlimited".

"Unlimited", which is being released through the Tabu label, is already out in Norway where it is receiving public and critical acclaim. The album will receive a general European release on April 19 with a North American release set for June 29 through Candlelight Records.

SUSPERIA recently completed work on the video for the album's opening track, "Chemistry". The clip which features a band performance is interspersed with storyline excerpts featuring one of the country's famous female TV stars and was unveiled to the press at the Inferno Festival kick-off party.

SUSPERIA dates (all in Norway):

Apr. 21 - Hamar, Grotta
Apr. 22 - Haugesund, Byscenen
Apr. 23 - Sandnes, Tribute
Apr. 28 - Oslo, Rock In
Apr. 29 - Halden, Studenterhuset
Apr. 30 - Fredrikstad, St.Croix
May 01 - Jessheim, Garasjen Rock Cafe

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