SUSPERIA: 'Devil May Care' Video Nearly Completed

Norway's SUSPERIA are have nearly completed their second video for the album track "Devil May Care" from their third full-length album, "Unlimited". Released in the U.S. during early summer 2004, the record continues to show growth; "Unlimited" is close to surpassing the SoundScan figures of their previous album, "Vindication", released by Nuclear Blast in 2002.

"Devil May Care" will feature highlights from SUSPERIA's recent and most successful tour of Europe, including footage from their impressive performance at 2004's Inferno Festival. The clip follows "Chemistry", the album's first video still in rotation at MTV2's "Headbanger's Ball" and Havoc TV, among others.

Norway's prestigious Alarm Awards recently nominated "Unlimited" in its "Best Metal Album" category. Other nominees include label mates ENSLAVED, RED HARVEST and KHOLD.


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