THE QUILL: Previously Unreleased Track Posted Online
Sweden's THE QUILL has posted a previously unreleased song on its MySpace page. The track "Rock And Roll Might Be Dead" was recorded during the "In Triumph" sessions but was omitted from the LP's final track listing.
THE QUILL last month recorded a three-song demo in Blomstermåla, Sweden. The tracks "Saved", "Suicide" and "Blow Me (Off The Ground)" are currently being used by the band to procure a record deal following THE QUILL's split with SPV.
THE QUILL's fifth album, "In Triumph", was released in April 2006 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 in 2005 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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