SUSPERIA To Tour Mexico In June

Norway's SUSPERIA have lined up a three-date Mexican tour during June 20-22. The band, who split with Nuclear Blast Records late last year, have "been busy dealing contracts and polishing the new album due out sometime this year!" according to their official web site. "And we have been working in several studios on the pre-production material. When all is done this site will have frequent updates on what's going down as there will be a lot more activity when things are worked out, finally. We are soon back were we belong, in your stereo systems and on stage!!! HORNS!!!!"

SUSPERIA's forthcoming third full-length album, tentatively titled "Unlimited", may reportedly end up being produced by STREET LEGAL mastermind Björn Boge, who had served as the "vocal coach/producer" during the recording sessions for last year's "Vindication" CD.


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