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7 reviews for Susperia:

Susperia, "Cut from Stone" Susperia
Cut from Stone
Candlelight Records
2007

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Susperia started out playing mechanized, thrashy black metal, and after two albums, in a bewildering but ingenious gambit reached for and found their stride with more traditional thrash. Their last disc, Unlimited was a mix of their old sound with a very healthy serving of Testament and Pantera influence. Susperia’s fourth album, Cut from Stone, is now...
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Susperia, "Cut from Stone" Susperia
Cut from Stone
Candlelight Records
2007

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A new Susperia album makes my blood boil. I've taken a liking to these rampaging Norwegians and their potent brand of blackened, melodic thrash metal, so when "Cut From Stone" make it's way into my hairy paws, I couldn't wait to unleash it upon the unsuspecting ears within 1000 meters of my speaker stacks. And what do you know......
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Susperia, "Unlimited" Susperia
Unlimited
Candlelight Records
2004

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A couple weeks back I read the beginning of a review for Susperia's third album Unlimited, and it started out with a comparison to Pantera, Testament and Slayer. I stopped reading the review after that sentence, because the Susperia I know, despite their thrashy moments, were a futuristic blend of Norwegian black metal and melodic death and certainly nothing...
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Susperia, "Unlimited" Susperia
Unlimited
Candlelight Records
2004

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I'm guessing that Tjodalv (drums) doesn't regret parting ways with Dimmu Borgir, despite the success and mainstream flirtations of the Dimmu lads. Simply put, Susperia, which Tjodalv formed upon exiting the Dimmu camp in 1999, is a band of which he can be very proud. After the debut "Predominance" and the sophomore follow up...
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Susperia, "Vindication" Susperia
Vindication
Nuclear Blast Records
2002

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Susperia's sophomore effort, Vindication, which, perhaps following closely on the heels of the band's debut, Predominance, released only a year ago, shows this Norse goliath losing steam. Whereas their debut was a bountiful feast of seething, venomous black metal meets cyber-thrash, Vindication is, at least mildly, reminiscent of the table scraps. None of the tracks on this disc are as...
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Susperia, "Predominance" Susperia
Predominance
Nuclear Blast Records
2001

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Consisting of musicians who have played with the likes of Dimmu Borgir, Old Man's Child and Satyricon, Norway's Susperia is obviously not messing around. Nuclear Blast's newest signing from the frozen north not only boasts of greatness on the debut album Predominance, the band delivers by the dump truck load. The album, having been...
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Susperia, "Predominance" Susperia
Predominance
Nuclear Blast Records
2001

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Susperia's debut delivers ten songs of third-wave, shiny leather black metal in crystal clarity and throws their hat into an already crowded ring. When we already have Dimmu Borgir, Old Man's Child...
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