SUSPERIA Nominated For Norway's ALARM Award
Norwegian metallers SUSPERIA have received a nomination for best album in the "Metal" category of the respected Norwegian Alarm Awards, which will take place in Oslo on Saturday, February 5. The band have been recognized for their acclaimed "Unlimited" album, which was released last year through the Tabu label in Europe and Candlelight in the USA. The recording became a firm favorite with both media and fans around the world. SUSPERIA are one of five nominees for the "Metal" award alongside MAYHEM, ENSLAVED, RED HARVEST and KHOLD. Voting is open to the public and votes can be made at this location.
The band are currently working on a new video for the song "Devil May Care". The video is set to incorporate live footage from their recent tours and is expected to be completed shortly.
SUSPERIA have lined up their first live shows of 2005, at the Hamar Metal Festival, which takes place at the Hydranten in Hamar, Norway on Friday, February 25 and at Horten Scene 37 on Friday, April 1. The Horten show has been arranged to make up for the band's non-appearance at the venue on last year's "Unlimited Grudge" tour. They had to cancel their performance at the time due to vocalist Athera losing his voice.
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