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Limited ‘ATUH’ vinyl + other Icarus Line related news

Posted  September 13, 2015  by  admin

With the release of The Icarus Line’s forthcoming album – All Things Under Heaven – just around the corner, Rough Trade have announced that they have secured a “Limited edition double LP set with CD on transparent Orange coloured vinyl exclusive” to their organisation. Numbering just 300 copies, these are sure to go really quick, […]

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Travis Keller interviews Joe Cardamone

Posted  August 30, 2015  by  admin

As part of his ongoing ‘Buddyhead Radio’ series, Buddyhead supremo Travis Keller spends over two hours delving into all things The Icarus Line related this week when he interviews band leader Joe Cardamone. During their rather extensive discussion, and I’m only about one hour in, we get to learn a little bit more about the […]

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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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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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All Things Under Heaven

Posted  July 28, 2015  by  admin

The Icarus Line just announced the release date for their new album – All Things Under Heaven – today. Coming out on 2 October 2017, the new double LP will release worldwide via American Primitive / Agitated Records. There will also be a release party show occurring in New York City at Saint Vitus on […]

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Various articles about The Icarus Line from around the web

Posted  June 21, 2015  by  admin

Here are a few articles from around the web that I don’t think have been featured on the site before. First up are a few interviews / articles: Jigsaw Magazine Playing with Chaos 3dotmag (this one isn’t really an interview) Penny Black Music (an oldie, but a goodie – if only because it mentions Gorilla […]

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The Icarus Line in Kerrang #991 and #1001

Posted  May 25, 2015  by  admin

It had to happen eventually, but I’ve finally run out of music magazines containing articles pertaining to The Icarus Line. So I guess in this instance therefore, if anyone has any additional print-based articles not already featured on the site (and would like to contribute), then please don’t hesitate to get in touch via the […]

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The Icarus Line in FADER Magazine

Posted  May 17, 2015  by  admin

Back in 2003, when The Icarus Line were about to release their second Penance Soiree album, they (along with The Bronx) were featured in a little known publication called ‘FADER’ (Issue 19). And here is the article in all its glory. Enjoy!

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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 featured in NME 6 July 2002

Posted  May 3, 2015  by  admin

As someone who was an unashamed “Kerrang kid” growing up, I normally never associated myself with NME and its indie championing rhetoric. Of course I sometimes made an exception, and this is one of those rare few occasions when I did go out of my way to pick up an issue. Incidentally enough, it featured […]

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