QNTAL



QNTAL
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Rating
Active
1991
Location
Germany
Biography
Qntal is a German "electro-medieval" band founded in 1991 by Michael Popp and Ernst Horn. They later added vocalist Syrah (Sigrid Hausen) to complete the band. It has roots in Estampie, a band of similar genre but different style; Michael Popp and Syrah are the principal members. Horn left the group in 1999, to concentrate on his other band, Deine Lakaien. He later formed Helium Vola in 2001. Philipp Groth (a.k.a. Fil) then joined Qntal. In 2008, singer and violist Sarah M. Newman (Mariko) left the New York based band Unto Ashes to work with Qntal and Estampie in Germany. The band's lyrics are primarily drawn from historical sources.
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Top Songs by QNTAL


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All for One

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Flamma

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Cupido

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Blac

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Amor volat

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Name der Rose

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Indiscrete

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Flow

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Albums, Releases & Mixtapes


VI - Translucida

VI - Translucida

QNTAL January 1, 2015

15 Tracks

V - Silver Swan

V - Silver Swan

QNTAL January 1, 2015

16 Tracks

IV - Ozymandias

IV - Ozymandias

QNTAL January 1, 2015

15 Tracks

Purpurea (Best Of)

Purpurea (Best Of)

QNTAL January 1, 2015

27 Tracks

QNTAL VII

QNTAL VII

QNTAL November 21, 2014

14 Tracks

VII

VII

QNTAL November 21, 2014

14 Tracks

Purpurea

Purpurea

QNTAL October 31, 2008

27 Tracks

QNTAL VI: Translucida

QNTAL VI: Translucida

QNTAL March 11, 2008

11 Tracks

Qntal Iv

Qntal Iv

QNTAL May 10, 2005

15 Tracks

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