THE QUILL Set Release Date For New Album

April 10, 2003

Sweden's THE QUILL have set an August 25 European release date through SPV/Steamhammer Records for their as-yet-untitled fourth full-length album.

The follow-up to last year's "Voodoo Caravan" was recorded in part at Berno Studios in Malmö and will be mixed in early May at Dug-Out Studios in Uppsala with producer Daniel Bergstrand (STRAPPING YOUNG LAD, STUCK MOJO, MESHUGGAH).

Among the tracks set to be included on the album are the following:

01. Because I'm God
02. Nothing Ever Changes
03. Hammerhead
04. American Powder
05. Close To The Sun
06. Man Posed
07. (Been Here) Once Before

Upcoming THE QUILL tour dates:

Aug. 01 - Metal Dayz - Pratteln, SWI
Aug. 09 – Eldfesten - Timmernabben, SWE
Aug. 23 – Parkfestivalen - Oskarshamn, SWE

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