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Boring Bands Stay Away (aka: The Icarus Line review singles for Kerrang)…

Posted October 25, 2009 by admin

Never a band to mince their words, The Icarus Line took the time to drop by and give their verdict on many Kerrang readers’ favourite bands.  Save for No Doubt’s “musical” charms, no other band lived up to scrutiny, and The Icarus Line were once again forced to remind their fans as to why they […]

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‘Avowed Slavery’ gets more reviews…

Posted July 14, 2014 by admin

The Icarus Line’s mini album came out this week, and has gotten a few more reviews from the internet. Below is what they had to say: The Skinny gives a score of 3/5. An immersive experience above all else, The Icarus Line’s sinister charms owe little to simple hooks or pop classicism, instead preferring to […]

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First set of reviews for 'Wildlife' come in

Posted August 24, 2011 by admin

The first set of reviews for The Icarus Line’s forthcoming ‘Wildlife’ have started coming in… The Skinny gave it 3/5 Uncut gave it 4/5 In the meantime, you can listen to two tracks from ‘Wildlife’ on Soundcloud where Joe has the following to say: Hola, welcome to being completely f**ked. It has always been a […]

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More reviews for ‘All Things Under Heaven’…

Posted October 5, 2015 by admin

More reviews have started pouring in for The Icarus Line’s latest album. Check out what people have to say about All Things Under Heaven below: Drowned In Sound Team Rock Joe Cardamone also recently wrote for Clash Music. Check out what he had to say about LA’s music scene and how it impacted upon his […]

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The Icarus Line’s Joe Cardamone Reviews The Singles

Posted July 7, 2014 by admin

One week ahead of its release, and exclusive to ‘Clash’, the music publication has two exclusive tracks from Avowed Slavery up on its website. As an added bonus, you can also check out what Joe has to say about upcoming new single releases. Check out the songs (and article) here.

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Some more reviews for ‘Slave Vows’…

Posted July 20, 2013 by admin

Here are some more reviews for The Icarus Line’s new album – Slave Vows: Pop Matters – 9/10 An eminently powerful work of rock ‘n’ roll from start to finish, ‘Slave Vows’ hasn’t saved the soul of rock music, but it sure as hell has revitalized it. Drowned in Sound – 9/10 ‘Slave Vows’ is […]

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KERRANG – The Classic 5K MONO Review!!!

Posted May 6, 2010 by admin

Seeing is believing. And here is (finally) the 5K Kerrang review which I have been promising to put up on the site for some time now. First printed in Kerrang Issue # 851 (May 5, 2001), this review comes from an age when Kerrang actually used to mean something, and when they weren’t afraid of […]

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ATUH single and album reviews start appearing on the net…

Posted August 16, 2015 by admin

The first reviews for All Things Under Heaven have started appearing on the net. Although brief, ‘No Funeral’ gives a gushing appraisal and declares the double album as eclipsing “last year’s Slave Vows in scope and ambition, and that record was no slouch. What that really means is The Icarus Line have stepped it up […]

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Subba-Cultcha reviews ‘Avowed Slavery’

Posted June 22, 2014 by admin

‘Subba-Cultcha’ just reviewed Avowed Slavery – the companion piece EP to Slave Vows – and gave it a glowing score of 9/10. Below is a snippet of what the reviewer thinks, but head on over to the website for the full review. This music makes me feel the same way Iggy and The Stooges screaming […]

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Kerrang Review – Buddyhead Suicide

Posted October 20, 2009 by admin

Here is an old review of Buddyhead’s ‘Suicide’ compilation from Kerrang (issue 1016).  I used to own this compilation, as it featured The Icarus Line and a whole host of bands from the Buddyhead stable.  Printed on July 31 2004, the issue also had a 4K review of Dillinger Escape Plan’s ‘Miss Machine’ album on […]

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