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Highlypuncturingnoisetestingyourabilitytohate Wiki

Posted March 9, 2010 by admin

Wikipedia entry for The Icarus Line’s first ever release… Highlypuncturingnoisetestingyourabilitytohate! Highlypuncturingnoisetestingyourabilitytohate was the first release of the Hollywood-based rock band The Icarus Line. It was released in 1998 as a vinyl 7-inch, and was limited to 1,000 copies. The songs are very short, and the most reminiscent of the band’s earliest output, which was heavily […]

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L.A.’s Most Notorious Rock Brand Stages a Comeback (Of Sorts)

Posted July 9, 2014 by admin

MySpace (that little known social networking site from yester-year) recently published an article on The Icarus Line. More of a history lesson then anything else, the feature encompasses all of the band’s formative years, and brings us square up to date as to what Joe and the gang are up to now. There’s also a […]

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100 Reasons why 2004 will Rule!
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100 Reasons why 2004 will Rule!

Posted October 25, 2009 by admin

Just one of the reasons as to why 2004 ruled… This article was printed in Kerrang January 10 2004.

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Recent Wikipedia Entry for The Icarus Line

Posted January 7, 2010 by admin

Some of you mentioned the recent entry which the band had on their Wiki page as being really interesting and informative. After being re-printed on the STS forum by ‘ald’, I am publishing it here. Enjoy! 1998-2003 Early EPs and Mono Era Shortly after forming, the band recorded two eps; the first Highlypuncturingnoisetestingyourabilitytohate released on […]

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Boring Bands: They’ve Come for You!

Posted March 23, 2014 by admin

Here is a really old article of when The Icarus Line were first showing up in the pages of Kerrang. As an introduction, the feature certainly nails the raw intensity of TIL’s earlier recordings. And if you are so inclined, you can check out the printed article in Kerrang April 7 2001. Enjoy!

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Penance Soiree 5K Review (Kerrang April 24 2004)

Posted March 23, 2014 by admin

Here is a set of articles which first appeared in Kerrang #1002 (April 24 2004). Among them is a competition, a tour announcement, as well as the coveted 5K review for The Icarus Line’s seminal Penance Soiree album. Enjoy!

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Rock Axxess

Posted April 16, 2014 by admin

‘Rock Axxess’ just published an interview (in Polish and English – you just need to scroll past the Polish version, as the English version starts straight after) with The Icarus Line in its latest issue. The fact that I conducted the interview is but mere coincidence. Check it out below:

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Interview with The Icarus Line 2008 – Part 1

Posted October 9, 2009 by admin

Here is the first part of my exclusive interview with Jason, Joe and Wade from The Icarus Line when the band came over to London in 2008.  Check back soon for the second part to that interview. Before their recent “secret” show at Old Blue Last in London, I was lucky enough to catch up […]

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‘Total Guitar’ feature

Posted March 8, 2015 by admin

Just found an old article from ‘Total Guitar’ on the web. I think it was actually featured on the old ‘The North Side’ website during Aaron North’s time in NIN and Jubilee. But given that The North Side is no longer active, I am posting the Total Guitar scan here. You can also check out […]

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What could people expect from The Icarus Line on their debut UK tour?

Posted April 20, 2014 by admin

The following is an article that was printed in Kerrang June 30 2001. In it, Joe Cardamone set out the band’s manifesto, and what UK audiences could expect from The Icarus Line when the group invaded the UK a few days later.

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