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Buddyhead has the inside scoop on The Icarus Line's forthcoming recording plans…

Posted February 9, 2010 by admin

Check out Buddyhead for the inside scoop on The Icarus Line’s new record, forthcoming “We Sick” single, and touring plans for this year. Amongst other things, we find out that The Captain has (again) re-joined the band, and that the new album is going to be killer!

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The Icarus Line on their debut UK tour…

Posted April 13, 2014 by admin

The following article appeared in Kerrang July 28 2001, and talks about The Icarus Line’s early days as the band undergoes its debut UK tour. Contained within are stories about the band’s experiences on the road, and how The Icarus Line came to be compared to seminal hardcore bands like Black Flag.

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More Reviews, Interviews and Articles

Posted November 8, 2015 by admin

With the recently released All Things Under Heaven getting pretty good reviews across the board, one more admirer who has come to appreciate ATUH is Ronald of Ronald Says. Arguing that “All Things Under Heaven is an impressive record”, Ronald also states that The Icarus Line have “never sounded so angry as on their new […]

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Online Single Coverage

Posted February 23, 2010 by admin

The new single by The Icarus Line has been getting a bit of love on the internet recently. Check out what people have to say at the following links below: Drowned In Sound LimeWire Music Blog And not forgetting LA’s favourite sons… Buddyhead: who recently announced that they have kissed and made up with the […]

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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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