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Interview with Joe Cardamone

Posted June 18, 2017 by admin

With The Icarus Line now effectively over, and with Joe Cardamone having since charted out new musical territory with his “Holy War” project, I spoke to the former frontman when he toured London (UK) in March about the dissolution of his band and what he hopes to achieve. Enjoy! Joe, you’ve embarked on a solo […]

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The Icarus Line feature in The Guardian (Online)

Posted October 11, 2015 by admin

Stevie Chick recently penned another great article about The Icarus Line for The Guardian (Online). It’s more of a career retrospective, and you can check it out here.

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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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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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The Icarus Line on their debut UK tour…

Posted April 13, 2014 by admin

The following article appeared in Kerrang July 28 2001, and talks about The Icarus Line’s early days as the band undergoes its debut UK tour. Contained within are stories about the band’s experiences on the road, and how The Icarus Line came to be compared to seminal hardcore bands like Black Flag.

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Interview with Jason DeCorse

Posted November 11, 2018 by admin

After Don Devore’s exit from The Icarus Line, Jason DeCorse was drafted in, and worked with the new configuration of the band between the years 2007 – 2012. Whilst only appearing on one studio album, the band’s fourth – Wildlife, Jason DeCorse (along with fellow guitarist James Striff) took the band in a more blues-orientated […]

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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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One Day in Los Angeles: A Story of Buddyhead

Posted January 7, 2010 by admin

I don’t know as to how legitimate this article is, but it’s really funny, and manages to capture the rock n roll craziness of what The Icarus Line were about circa 2004. You can read the full article (along with comments) here, but I am re-posting it on this site just in case the owner […]

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Interview with Joe from The Icarus Line @ Catch 22

Posted November 5, 2011 by admin

It must be said that The Icarus Line were really tired by the time they rolled into London for what was to be their final UK show. And although Joe Cardamone was more tired than most, he was still courteous enough to grant me this quick interview with him. I am sorry for the delay […]

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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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