SUSPERIA Set Title For Upcoming CD, Confirm NUCLEAR BLAST Split
Norway's SUSPERIA have set "Unlimited" as the title for their upcoming third full-length album, tentatively due in the fall through an as-yet-undetermined label.
The group, who recently parted ways with Nuclear Blast Records, are "currently in heavy negotiations with several record labels all over the world and whom the future partner will be, will be announced as soon as the new deal is worked out," according to the band's official web site (www.susperia.net).
"The new and third album … is already finished and ready to be recorded. This will happen in spring time. The return of SUSPERIA will blow you far away and corrode your skin off!"
With regards to the band's split with Nuclear Blast, the band stated the following: "In a time where crucial decisions had to be made the band have now decided to end their relationship with Nuclear Blast, the record label that released the two first albums of SUSPERIA [2001's 'Predominance' and 2002's 'Vindication']. The decision is based upon the fact that the label has not fulfilled nor satisfied the professional needs of the band due to lack of co-operation in different areas. A matter of priorities that came to a twist this is, with no further reasons to dwell upon."
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