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The Flight of Icarus

Posted April 27, 2014 by admin

First published in Kerrang May 19 2001, the following is a feature length article that describes The Icarus Line’s struggle in wanting to be taken seriously by people and the music industry, and the lengths to which the band had to go to in order to retain credibility. Not wanting to sell out, The Icarus […]

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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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Jubilee Live At Bingley Music Festival 2008 Pro Shot

Posted December 13, 2015 by admin

In light of a few “lost” Jubilee tracks being unearthed recently, here is “probably the only professional shot footage of the band live”.

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My interview with The Icarus Line – February 2008

Posted December 19, 2009 by admin

Here is my interview which I conducted with Joe from The Icarus Line circa 04 February 2008. What does the word “Friend” mean to you, a word so wrongfully abused? To me there are several different levels of friendship. Some friends would break their back for you. Some friends would sell you out for a […]

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Interview with Aaron North

Posted September 14, 2019 by admin

As someone who has been a massive fan of The Icarus Line since THAT 5K Kerrang review, what can’t be emphasized enough is just how much of an impact Aaron North had whilst he was in the band – whether it be through Buddyhead or via his own numerous interviews that he conducted over the […]

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