Infernal Quinlan infernal Quinlan piacenza The Infernal Quinlan born in 2004. The name is inspired by Orson Welles' “A Touch of Evil ", an expressionist black/white dark thriller, played between the American and Mexican border. During 2005 they recorded their first album: " Cast-Iron Songs". The work is divided between studio and home recording, sampling and classic sounds. In addition to studio work and classic rock gigs , the I.Q. had also collaborations with theater companies (reading to music tracks from Don Quixote and the novel "Blood Meridian" by Cormac McCarthy with the company "Infidi Lumi") or opening to famous foreign musicians (Brant Bjork, The Spores). With "Love Ballads, Hate Songs", released in 2012, the group chooses to give priority to the vocal melody and song form, rather than in elaborate instrumental textures. The arrival of Silvia enriches the band of a refined voice that has no need for other solo instruments, and is supported by enveloping guitars and solid bass and drum rhythm structures.