"Purgatory Hill", the new video from Swedish hard rockers THE QUILL, can be seen below. The song comes off the band's latest album, "Tiger Blood", which was released on May 24, 2013 via Metalville Records. The effort was made available on CD, vinyl and digitally."Tiger Blood" consists of 10 tracks, with one additional song on the iTunes release. As with THE QUILL's 2011 album, "Full Circle", the band worked with producer Petter Diamant at Jakaranda Studio in Gävle and the 491 Studio in Oskarshamn. The CD was then mixed by Patrik Frisk (CRASHDIET, CORRODED, TAKIDA) at Sidelake/Ninetone Studios in Sundsvall. Comments the band: "The goal for this our seventh release was to make an album that was straight to the point without any excess luggage. "Early on in the writing process, we all agreed on trying to make an album with a lot of variation giving the listener a broader picture of what THE QUILL is all about. With the album finished, we can honestly say we managed to achive what we aimed for."
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