SUSPERIA: 'Character Flaw' Video Released

"Character Flaw", the new video from Norwegian metallers SUSPERIA, can be viewed below. The Daniel William Bones-directed performance clip continues the band's use of apocalyptic imagery as featured on its latest album, "Attitude". Shot in June, the video celebrates the return to action of vocalist Athera (real name: Pål Mathiesen), who was sidelined earlier this year following a near-fatal heart attack that stemmed from a previously undiagnosed heart defect.

"Attitude" was released in May through Candlelight Records. The follow-up to 2007's "Cut From Stone" was recorded in Norway and was mixed at Studio Fredman in Sweden. It features guest appearances by Chuck Billy (TESTAMENT) and Shagrath (DIMMU BORGIR).

An e-card for "Attitude" can be accessed at this location.

SUSPERIA enlisted Bernt Fjellestad from fellow Norwegian band GUARDIANS OF TIME to stand in for Athera for the group's spring 2009 U.K. tour.


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