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Aaron's Wiki Update (plus news on Buddyhead)

Posted December 4, 2010 by admin

Just saw this added to Aaron North’s Wikipedia entry. Not sure if there is any truth to it. But I’ll let you all make up your own minds. Aaron endured a rough childhood. He was orphaned at an early age. He rarely reveals things about his past in order to hide his shame of orphanhood. […]

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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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Mono Wiki

Posted February 26, 2010 by admin

Here is info about The Icarus Line’s ‘Mono’ album taken from Wikipedia. Mono was the first album from The Icarus Line. It was originally released May 8, 2001 in the U.S. by Crank! Records on CD, and Buddyhead on LP. The album was recorded throughout two separate sessions in 2000. The first of these were […]

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The Icarus Line recording at Valley Recording Co.

Posted February 18, 2013 by admin

Buddyhead have posted up a new video of The Icarus Line at Valley Recording Co. It shows “a moment captured by Travis Keller. The footage offered here is The Icarus Line tracking for this years forthcoming LP’s. All instrumentation was recorded live, together in one great sounding room with a lot of bleed”. Watch the […]

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Scenester Update – 20 January 2019

Posted January 20, 2019 by admin

First post of the year, so here goes… Travis Keller is releasing a new zine next week called Stay Alive. He’s also looking to release a “Best of Buddyhead” book, as detailed via his really good interview with Illustrious Words. Hopefully the book lives up to expectations and is in the same league as We […]

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