The Quill is the first album by Swedish rock band The Quill. Jet of Water" – 4:13. From Where I Am" – 7:46. Not a Single Soul" – 4:27. In The Sunlight I Drown" – 3:34. I Lost a World Today" – 7:35.
The Quill and Metalville reissue back catalogue on CD and Vinyl, remastered from original master tapes complete with extended liner notes and bonus tracks! First releases will be the classic albums ‘Voodoo Caravan’ and ‘Hooray! It’s a Deathtrip’ Both albums are out of print for a long time and have become rare collector’s items. Revisiting the old recordings was a true joy and in the process we found a bunch.
THE QUILL - Voodoo Over Europe. THE QUILL announce Voodoo Over Europe tour in March 2019. The original line-up consisting of Magnus Ekwall vocals (Ayreon), Christian Carlsson guitar (Circus Prytz), Roger Nilsson bass (Spiritual Beggars, Firebird, Arch Enemy) and Jolle Atlagic drums (Hanoi Rocks, Electric Boys, Firebird) reunited in 2017 and released the critically acclaimed Born From Fire on Metalville Records the same year deathtrip were re-released in October with Silver Haze and The Quill being scheduled for release in January and.
Country of origin: Sweden. Magnus Ekwall appears on the Ayreon album The Human Equation. Until 1997, The Quill was a five-piece band, featuring organ player Anders Haglund. Compilation appearances: "A Sinner's Fame" on Bastards Will Pay - Tribute to Trouble, Freedoom Records, 1999.
Quill is the only album by the band of the same name, released in 1970 on the Cotillion Records label. Although largely ignored upon release, the album has regained "cult" status with the advent of modern technology, such as downloading. The album is notable for its use of both minimalist (Yellow Butterfly, Too Late) and extravagant (They Live The Life, BBY, Shrieking Finally) sounds, on the same album.
Quill biography Founded by three musician friends back in 1975, QUILL was the result of the pairing of individual longings for the creation of rock music with a strong artistic drive: of course, the parameters of prog rock provided the main clue for this enterprise. Keyboardist Ken DeLoria, bassist/guitarist Keith Christian and t Jim Sides joined forces after years spent covering pop music's top billing hits. Sursum Corda", a concept-album that combines the magic of fairy tales and the affirmation of the self, was recorded with private funding at a resort studio between late '76 and early '77, eventually being issued to the format of pre-release vinyl. The band gained a cult following but not much support from the industry. While they were struggling to make their music known more broadly, they managed to write and record another epic concept-album, titled "The Demise of the Third King's Empire".