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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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'We Sick / Holy Man' single out TODAY!!!

Posted  February 22, 2010  by  admin

The new Icarus Line single is out today. You can buy it here. Also, according to the band’s blog, the single will also be released as a limited edition vinyl 7-inch in the near future. “Keep your eyes peeled” Alternatively, you can listen to ‘We Sick’ here. Listening to it now… It’s pretty damn good! […]

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New album ‘Slave Vows’ reviews are coming in…

Posted  July 3, 2013  by  admin

The Icarus Line’s upcoming new album has been receiving some really rave reviews across the net. Here are a few snippets of what the critics have been saying about Slave Vows: The Line of Best Fit – 8/10 The most unified Icarus Line album to date, and their best since 2004’s breakthrough ‘Penance Soiree’. Music […]

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‘Penance Soiree’ is 10 years old today!

Posted  May 2, 2014  by  admin

Today marks the 10 year anniversary for when The Icarus Line first unleashed their second album Penance Soiree on to an unsuspecting mainstream music world. Of course, many underground music connoisseurs had already have been bracing themselves for something special – as Mono was indeed an exceptional debut. It’s no coincidence therefore that Penance Soiree […]

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London-Stopper Gig Alert

Posted  October 16, 2011  by  admin

The Icarus Line are playing a FREE gig today at Catch 22 in Shoreditch as part of their last night in London. Doors open at 8pm.

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Grave Reviews reviews The Icarus Line’s ‘Avowed Slavery’

Posted  January 25, 2015  by  admin

Grave Reviews finally got up to speed and reviewed The Icarus Line’s latest mini album – Avowed Slavery. The website describes the band’s latest work as being “a helter skelter of a journey, taking you down into the gutter before you even know what’s going on”. For a full rundown of what Grave Reviews has […]

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Gig Posters and some Photos

Posted  March 15, 2015  by  admin

Check out Gig Posters for some vintage Icarus Line posters (including the one below): Also check out some really cool shots of The Icarus Line over at Flickr (including the ones below):

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Interviews and Articles

Jubilee (Hard Listening)

Posted  February 7, 2016  by  admin

Thanks to Erik Wheeldon for informing me of a really comprehensive Jubilee interview starring Aaron North, Michael Shuman and (to a lesser extent) Jeff Lynn. During the interview, topics ranged from how The Icarus Line disintegrated (before Joe Cardamone put the band back together again), Aaron starting Jubilee after leaving NIN, the recording process for […]

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Aaron North has a new website…

Posted  April 13, 2015  by  admin

It pretty much consists of old Jubilee related blog posts thus far, but Aaron North appears to have a “new” (old?) personal website up. As to whether this signals his desire to carve out his own niche via the internet – and not be associated with other people – only time will tell. But given […]

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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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