Dec. 03 - NORWAY Lillehammer, Felix
Dec 05 - FINLAND Turku, Pelimies
Dec. 06 - FINLAND Tampere, Vastavirta
Dec. 08 - SWEDEN Linköping, Skylten
Dec. 09 - SWEDEN Ängelholm, Gottwalds
Dec 10 - SWEDEN Upsalla, Ungedomens
Dec. 11 - SWEDEN Stockholm, Debase
Dec. 14 - GERMANY Konstanz, Contrast
Dec. 15 - SWITZERLAND Pratteln, Z 7
Dec. 16 - GERMANY Torgau, Kreiskulturhaus
Dec. 18 - BELGIUM Gent, Frontline
SUSPERIA entered the Norwegian singles chart for the first time in their career, when the "Devil May Care" EP made it's debut at No.21 on Norway's official 'Hit List' in October. The EP climbed a further two place to No.19 the following week. As a result, the band created history by becoming the first homegrown act in the metal genre to achieve a Top 20 hit in the country. The popularity of the EP continues to grow. Major Norwegian TV channel TV2, currently has "Devil May Care" lying at No.9 on their top downloads of 2005. The position places the band in the company of diverse acts such as Foo Fighters, Depeche Mode, System Of A Down and Madonna just to name a few.
"Devil May Care" was released in Europe through TABU Recordings as a special-edition CD. The EP features a combination of original and cover songs that have been drawn from various recording sessions. Tracks appearing on the release are the "Unlimited" album track "Devil May Care", new song "Venting the Anger" and three covers, "Lack Of Comprehension" (originally recorded by DEATH), "Wild Child" (originally recorded by W.A.S.P.) and a version of "The Sun Always Shines On TV" (a worldwide hit for fellow Norwegians A-HA). As an added bonus, the release contains the promo videos for "Chemistry" and "Devil May Care" as well as screensavers, wallpapers and booklet picture gallery. The EP was completed at StrandStudio in Oslo, Norway. Production duties were handled by the band and engineered by Marius Strand.