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The Quill release “Medicine” music video

Posted by KageDrummer on Wednesday, December 7, 2011 at 4:43 PM (PST)

Swedish rockers, The Quill, have released the music video for their song “Medicine,” off their new album “Full Circle,” which is the band’s first studio album in five years. The video was shot in the Tierp Arena in Sweden.

To check out the music video click here.

The new album was released in June 2011 through Metalville Records.

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Full Album Stream: The Quill – “Full Circle”

Posted by katstat on Monday, July 25, 2011 at 12:44 PM (PST)

Swedish rockers The Quill will release their first album in over five years entitled “Full Circle” tomorrow via Metalville Records. Fans antsy to get a sneak peak can head over to metalinsider.net for an exclusive full album stream. Just click here to check out “Full Circle” in its entirety.

In case you didn’t see it here before, The Quill also released a track-by-track breakdown of “Full Circle.” To read through it alongside a listen through of the album, just click here.

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Swedish hard rockers The Quill are currently streaming the title track from their first new album in over five years over at The Obelisk . “Full Circle” is not only the title track, but also has a lot of meaning to all the members of the band as they truly feel that they have come “Full Circle” with their new line-up and new record label. Check it out right here.

With the band’s recently inked a deal with Metalville Records, “Full Circle” is set to see daylight on June 24th in Europe and July 26th in North America.

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Swedish stoners The Quill recently inked a deal with Metalville Records, and they will release their debut “Full Circle” on the label June 24th in Europe and July 26th in North America.

Stated in an earlier press release:

“The CD is packed with heavy rock firmly rooted in the Seventies but vibrant and updated rather than retro. Yes, there’s a new twist to the sound. Less is more, if you will. The songs are sharp, direct and catchy, built around big riffs, big grooves and big hooks.”

Click here for a bigger image of the artwork.

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