SUSPERIA: Norwegian Festival Appearances Announced

SUSPERIA, the Norwegian based extreme melodic metal band have announced details of forthcoming festival appearances. The band have been confirmed to appear at the Slottsfjell Festival in Tonsberg, Norway on Saturday, July 17. In addition, they will headline the Elveblest Festival in Arnes, Norway on Saturday, August 21. Further festival appearances are currently in the works. SUSPERIA are also expected to announce details of an extensive European tour shortly.

SUSPERIA's "Unlimited" album, which was released in Europe through the Tabu label, is set for a U.S. release on June 29 June through Candlelight Records. Recorded at Subsonic Society Studios in Oslo, Norway and Studio Fredman (AT THE GATES, SOILWORK) in Gothenburg, Sweden, the album has already received substantial critical acclaim throughout Europe. The band (Athera - vocals, Memnock - bass guitar, Tjodalv - drums, Elvorn and Cyrus – guitars), who recently filmed a video for album track "Chemistry", are looking to schedule U.S tour dates in early 2005.


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