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Queen Kwong’s ‘Get a Witness’ album gets reviewed

Posted  August 30, 2015  by  admin

In news somewhat related to The Icarus Line, Queen Kwong’s debut (Get a Witness) which features the co-writing / co-playing / producing duties of Joe Cardamone, has been getting pretty good reviews across the web. OneMetal gave it 3/5, Stereoboard gave it 3.5/5, Already Heard gave it 4/5, SoundSphere Magazine gave it 4/5, whilst The […]

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Troy Petrey isn't on tour with The Icarus Line

Posted  October 15, 2011  by  admin

Plus he seems to have quit the band according to Clash. However, all is not lost as the band has been able to get Sammy Fayed from Bixby Knolls to fill in for the tour. As Spinal Tap so comically observed, drummers can be difficult to keep hold of. Returning with their new album, The […]

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The Joe Cardamone produced single from Queen Kwong’s debut album is out in May

Posted  May 10, 2015  by  admin

Stereogum have the full scoop on the single (titled Cold Daggers) taken from Queen Kwong’s debut album – which features co-writing and production duties from Joe Cardamone of The Icarus Line. It’s worth noting also that Queen Kwong features Wes Borland of Limp Bizkit, so you know that the CarrĂ© Callaway fronted band has Buddyhead’s […]

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The Icarus Line have a European tour lined up…

Posted  March 22, 2012  by  admin

The Icarus Line have a tour lined up for Europe. Check out the dates and venues below: Tues 10 Apr 2012 UK London Buffalo Bar Wed 11 Apr 2012 Holland Amsterdam Melkweg Thurs 12 Apr 2012 Roadburn Festival details TBA Fri 13 Apr 2012 France Paris La Cigale Sat 14 Apr 2012 France Strasbourg La […]

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Penance Soiree Wiki

Posted  February 26, 2010  by  admin

Here is a entry about Penance Soiree taken from Wikipedia. Penance Soiree was the second full-length album released by The Icarus Line. It was one of 2004’s most critically acclaimed releases, and it’s reputation has subsequently earned praise in various publications, including the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die. Due to infighting […]

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Alvin Deguzman has died…

Posted  October 5, 2017  by  admin

Alvin Deguzman, long-time bassist of The Icarus Line, has died. He had been battling a rare form of cancer (mesenchymal chondrosarcoma), and finally lost the fight a few hours ago. As someone who has met him several times over the years, I am genuinely saddened by his passing. He was a “cool dude”. May you […]

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Sorted Magazine Feature: New levels of Insanity

Posted  January 7, 2010  by  admin

I still have a few articles from magazines that need to be posted on here – including that (in)famous 5K Review of Mono. I’ll post them up when I have time (and a new scanner)… I have also decided to archive as much TIL content from the web as possible. I guess there is just […]

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The Icarus Line will play Brixton Windmill, London, UK

Posted  February 8, 2012  by  admin

According to Songkick, The Icarus Line are due to play extra shows during their UK tour with Killing Joke. These dates are as follows: 11 Mar – Fibbers (York) 15 Mar – Lock 42 (Leicester) 18 Mar – Brixton Windmill (London) In other news, The Icarus Line have expanded editions of their back-catalogue albums available […]

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ATUH review and Slave Vows video

Posted  June 26, 2016  by  admin

It’s been a while, and I really should have posted the following “news” about a month earlier. But I guess it’s better to be late than never… First up, The Pinster reviewed All Things Under Heaven and made the case for the album being “A dark twisted tale of American culture, aggressive, layered and a […]

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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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