Norway's SUSPERIA will enter the studio on September 24 to begin recording their third full-length album, tentatively titled "Unlimited". The band, who split with Nuclear Blast Records late last year, have struck up a new deal "with an interesting label," according to a post on the band's web site. "It will be made official, who and what, once all papers are signed."
Prior to hitting the studio to record the new CD, SUSPERIA will be the special guests of MORTIIS on the "Fear And Loathing In The U.K." mini-tour of 2003. Five cities will be visited across England and Scotland in late September (17-21). These shows will be "a unique and rare chance to see SUSPERIA this year and listen to brand new songs performed live for the first time even before they are recorded!"
"Fear And Loathing In The U.K." tour dates feat. MORTIIS, SUSPERIA:
Sep. 17 - Rio - Bradford, UK
Sep. 18 - Bierkeller - Bristol, UK
Sep. 19 - The Underworld - London, UK
Sep. 20 - Rock City - Nottingham, UK
Sep. 21 - Barfly – Glasgow, UK
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