if you don't have some experience writing for string quartet it's unlikely that you will realize the full potential of the medium
I'm fully aware of that. If it is done it should be done well. It shouldn't be just OK, it should be great.
What I had in mind was to get the songs into a music sheet, transcribing as correctly as possible. Maybe make annotations of the special techniques used too (rasping of strings, whammy dives, etc), and in any case the recording is there.
After getting it all decently on paper, get someone who is actually capable of doing a good of adapting metal to a classical string quartet to do it. A music composition major would be ideal.
So there are several distinct steps:
 double check with peers
 adaptation for classical string quartet (someone else, I am not prepared for this, hopefully in some 5 years, I will be...)
If I get time over the next couple of days I'll try transcribing something from that album.
Thank you for your interest! If you could tell me where you'll start, that'll be a great aid so that we do not transcribe the same song. After, we can swap our music sheets to double check for mistakes. What do you think?