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Susperia Begin Recording New Album

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SUSPERIA, the Norwegian band featuring former members of DIMMU BORGIR and SATYRICON, entered StrandStudio in Oslo, Norway at the beginning of August to start work on their fourth studio album, the follow up to 2004's acclaimed release "Unlimited". The band is once again working with Marius Strand, who previously assisted SUSPERIA on 2005's Norwegian Top 20 hit, the "Devil May Care" EP. Recording is expected to be completed by the end of September. SUSPERIA then head out on a short tour in October before returning to Dug-Out Studios in Uppsala, Sweden in November to complete the final mix with Daniel Bergstrand (IN FLAMES, MESHUGGAH, SOILWORK). A release is planned for early 2007 through the Tabu label in Europe and Candlelight Records in the USA. No name for the album has been announced yet, but songtitles revealed so far are "More" (which SUSPERIA performed at this year's Inferno Festival in Norway), "Cut From Stone", "Distant Memory" and "The Clone". The band has added a further date to those previously announced. They will perform at the Motstoy Festival in Notodden, Norway on Friday, October 6.

The band's current confirmed dates for October are:

Oct. 06 - Norway, Notodden, Motstoy Festival
Oct. 07 - Norway, Oslo, Amplifier
Oct. 12 - UK, Nottingham, Rock City
Oct. 13 - UK, London, Camden Underworld
Oct. 14 - UK, Bradford, Rio
Oct. 15 - UK, Glasgow, Cathouse
Oct. 16 - UK, Dudley, JB's

Joining the band for the U.K. dates under the banner "The Eternal Anger Tour" will be RED HARVEST, GRIMFIST and SLIT.

Source: Blabbermouth

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