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Interview with The Icarus Line 2008 (Part 2)

Posted November 4, 2009 by admin

Here is the second part of my exclusive interview which I conducted with the band when they played at The Old Blue Last last year in London. The interview may be a year out of date, but I guess it’s better to be late than never. You can also take a gander at the first […]

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More Reviews, Interviews and Articles

Posted November 8, 2015 by admin

With the recently released All Things Under Heaven getting pretty good reviews across the board, one more admirer who has come to appreciate ATUH is Ronald of Ronald Says. Arguing that “All Things Under Heaven is an impressive record”, Ronald also states that The Icarus Line have “never sounded so angry as on their new […]

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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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The Angry Brigade

Posted April 5, 2015 by admin

The icarus line still the greatest punk band on the planet. Everyone else is just playing. @TheIcarusLine — Stevie Chick (@stevie_chick) October 29, 2013 Having written about the band on a number of occasions – most notably for The Quietus, his blog, and for his rejuvenated Loose Lips Sink Ships project – Stevie Chick once […]

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Are you Ready to Rumble?!?!

Posted April 6, 2014 by admin

Check out what Kerrang had to say about The Icarus Line’s debut album mere weeks before Mono became available for general release. And to think that it was made by a bunch of kids. Incredible to think how much talent the band had for its years. Please note that the above article was printed in […]

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Killer Ponytail interview The Icarus Line

Posted June 25, 2013 by admin

Joe Cardamone gave an interview to ‘Killer Ponytail’ recently. Among other things, he talks about The Icarus Line’s forthcoming new album – Slave Vows – and how the band’s uncompromising punk sound sits alongside more traditional white rock and indie, where the majority of contemporary “rock ‘n’ roll” music is made by “privileged little brats”. […]

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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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New Internet Tidbits

Posted March 22, 2012 by admin

What does it take to survive the music business today? Well, Joe Cardamone of The Icarus Line gives a candid and extremely frank interview on the potential hardships which musicians suffer in the age of digital distribution and the internet. Aside from him talking about how ‘Touch and Go’ went out of business last year […]

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My interview with The Icarus Line – February 2008

Posted December 19, 2009 by admin

Here is my interview which I conducted with Joe from The Icarus Line circa 04 February 2008. What does the word “Friend” mean to you, a word so wrongfully abused? To me there are several different levels of friendship. Some friends would break their back for you. Some friends would sell you out for a […]

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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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