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The Icarus Line at The Troubadour (2001)

Posted March 22, 2015 by admin

The following scans were printed in Kerrang #857 (June 16 2001). They reveal news about when The Icarus Line were about to tour the UK, and also give an indication as to what UK audiences could expect from the “irrepressible LA punk kids” after the band hosted an album release party for their Mono debut […]

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‘Total Guitar’ feature

Posted March 8, 2015 by admin

Just found an old article from ‘Total Guitar’ on the web. I think it was actually featured on the old ‘The North Side’ website during Aaron North’s time in NIN and Jubilee. But given that The North Side is no longer active, I am posting the Total Guitar scan here. You can also check out […]

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The Icarus Line Live at Valley Recording Company November 22 2014

Posted December 7, 2014 by admin

Check out the following video below of The Icarus Line performing material from their Slave Vows album. Footage is from Valley Recording Company in Burbank on November 22, 2014. Also, don’t forget that the band are still on tour in USA, so check them out when they play near you.

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Kerrang #895 (March 16 2002)

Posted August 31, 2014 by admin

Here are a few scans from Kerrang’s blowout feature on The Icarus Line (circa 2002). To the best of my knowledge, this was the only time that The Icarus Line ever graced the front cover of the British media institution (although I could be wrong). The article contained within was also a veritable highlight. Anyway, […]

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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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