THE QUILL Completes New Demo

Sweden's THE QUILL has issued the following update:

"Last week we recorded three brand new songs in the home of THE QUILL's longtime friend and co-worker Johan Lord in Blomstermåla. The tracks are called 'Saved', 'Suicide' and 'Blow Me (Off The Ground)' and are real killers! At the time we are very busy writing new material that hopefully will reach the public sometime this spring. No deals are closed, no dotted lines are signed and no hands have been shook. Yet. But we keep our fingers crossed for everything to work out the best."

THE QUILL's fifth album, "In Triumph", was released in April via SPV/Steamhammer. The CD was recorded at Area 51 studios in Celle, Germany with producer Tommy Newton (VICTORY, UFO, HELLOWEEN). The group's video for the song "Broken Man" has been posted online at this location.

THE QUILL last year announced the addition of bassist Robert Triches to the group's ranks. Triches joined THE QUILL as the replacement for Roger Nilsson (ex-SPIRITUAL BEGGARS, FIREBIRD), who left the band in May 2005 after almost 12 years and four albums.


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