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My Interivew with The Icarus Line – August 2006

Posted December 19, 2009 by admin

Here is my first ever interview with Joe from The Icarus Line. I spent a lot of time preparing these questions (about a year) and wanted to get them right. I can only thank Joe and the rest of The Icarus Line for their continuing patience. This interview was also re-printed on the Poptones website […]

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Tour Dates for 2002

Posted May 18, 2014 by admin

The following is promotional tour material (including interview) for when The Icarus Line were going to tour UK in 2002. Both were printed in Kerrang Feb 16 2002:

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Interviews with Joe Cardamone and Travis Keller

Posted May 24, 2020 by admin

It’s been a while since I posted anything on this site. Apologies… Joe Cardamone got interviewed by Alice Magazine recently. It’s actually a really good interview, and worth checking out. Plus, there’s a really good quote that I particularly relished in which the Mighty Joe articulated that he associates himself with those who inspire him. […]

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Black Lives at The Golden Coast Wiki

Posted March 9, 2010 by admin

Another wiki reprinted here for posterity. This one is about The Icarus Line’s previous album – ‘Black Lives At The Golden Coast’. Black Lives at the Golden Coast is the third full length release from Los Angeles noise rock band The Icarus Line. “Black Lives” was also the second for major label V2 Records. Shortly […]

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Kerrang Odds N’ Sods

Posted March 29, 2015 by admin

Due to their lack of sizable scope, the following articles have all been collated from various issues of Kerrang and presented here in one big post. So here goes… First up is Kerrang #1011 June 26 2004 in which Travis Keller was featured as being 37th in the magazine’s ‘The A-List – The 100 Most […]

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Trebuchet Magazine has an article penned by Joe Cardamone on Giant Drag.

Posted April 25, 2013 by admin

Trebuchet Magazine recently posted an article on Giant Drag that was written by Joe Cardamone. There is also a mini interview of him. Read it here.

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Destroy All (August 2003) – via Timothy Plevier

Posted January 31, 2016 by admin

With my inventory of Icarus Line related magazine articles having been exhausted some time ago, it’s with great pleasure that Timothy Plevier brings to your attention an article that was published in free monthly music magazine ‘Destroy All’ (August 2003). Check it out below: If you have any articles pertaining to The Icarus Line, please […]

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Old Wikipaedia Entry for The Icarus Line

Posted December 30, 2009 by admin

This is some funny shit. It was posted on the band’s Wiki page in July 2008. Anyway, here it is for you all to read. In 1996, Aaron North (who had been working at Revelation Records with Joe Cardamone) and Lance Arnao joined a local band Kanker Sores whose other members at the time included […]

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Interview with Karl Spider

Posted April 16, 2014 by admin

For The Icarus Line’s European tour late last year, the band found themselves in a rut after guitarist Lance Arnao unexpectedly dropped out of touring commitments. In need of an urgent replacement, and as a consequence therefore, Joe and the gang scouted out fellow LA resident (and temporary replacement) Karl Spider who was more then […]

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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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