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'We Sick/Holy Man' 45' Single Out Now…

Posted  July 4, 2010  by  admin

Go buy The Icarus Line’s latest single on vinyl at the band’s online store here. Trust me, this bad boy is well worth the $8…

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The Flight Of Icarus

Posted  April 26, 2015  by  admin

For a while now, I’ve been wondering as to whether I still had in my possession the original Kerrang article which announced Aaron North’s exit from The Icarus Line stable. Luckily, I was able to find it recently (in Kerrang #1044 February 19 2005), and am posting it here below: Also, and I think I […]

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Interview with Alvin DeGuzman

Posted  April 17, 2012  by  admin

Imagine my surprise on attending The Icarus Line’s concert at Buffalo Bar (London) and seeing Alvin DeGuzman – one of the original members of the band and whose absence from the ranks only served to remind me of how difficult it can be to maintain any semblance of congruence when it comes to interpersonal relationships. […]

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The Icarus Line at Metro, London (2004)

Posted  May 11, 2014  by  admin

Although the legendary underground music venue has since closed down, at one point ‘Metro’ used to be a regular fixture of the London gig scene, and played host to a number of up and coming bands – one of which was The Icarus Line. On 22 January 2004, Kerrang was there to document the band’s […]

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Don Devore is in a new band called ‘Sick Feeling’

Posted  March 25, 2015  by  admin

Somewhat related to The Icarus Line, but Don Devore (former guitarist of the band during the Penance Soiree and Black Lives at the Golden Coast years) is in a new band. According to his Wikipedia, Don Devore is now associated with ‘Collapsing Scenery’ and ‘Sick Feeling’. Sick Feeling released an album this year called Suburban […]

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Another Review for ‘Avowed Slavery’

Posted  July 6, 2014  by  admin

Drowned in Sound recently reviewed The Icarus Line’s new (forthcoming) EP and were less then impressed. Arguing that the mini-album lacked the judicious editing and urgency of its bigger brother, the reviewer stated that “keen editing is likely what kept these songs from that record in the first place, and yet that’s something unfortunately absent […]

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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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Uncut magazine reviews ‘Avowed Slavery’

Posted  August 10, 2014  by  admin

Uncut magazine reviewed ‘Avowed Slavery’ in its newest issue. Check out what the magazine had to say below:

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The Icarus Line have broken up. Joe Cardamone has gone Solo!

Posted  February 23, 2017  by  admin

According to a Press Release via Drowned In Sound, it appears that The Icarus Line have finally broken up. Founding member, Alvin DeGuzman, is also battling “a very serious form of cancer”, with his illness having a profound impact upon the band’s decision to not carry on. We felt horribly incomplete without Alvin; it felt […]

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Boring Bands: They’ve Come for You!

Posted  March 23, 2014  by  admin

Here is a really old article of when The Icarus Line were first showing up in the pages of Kerrang. As an introduction, the feature certainly nails the raw intensity of TIL’s earlier recordings. And if you are so inclined, you can check out the printed article in Kerrang April 7 2001. Enjoy!

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