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STS Forum Q&A with Joe Cardamone

Posted January 7, 2010 by admin

Earlier last year (May 2009), Joe was kind enough to answer a few questions for the STS Forum. Here is the (cleaned up) complete interview and reprinted in full: seasoninhell: Is the album recorded? Yes. The record is tracked. All that remains is mixing and mastering which is taking place over the next couple weeks. […]

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Interview with Joe Cardamone

Posted June 18, 2017 by admin

With The Icarus Line now effectively over, and with Joe Cardamone having since charted out new musical territory with his “Holy War” project, I spoke to the former frontman when he toured London (UK) in March about the dissolution of his band and what he hopes to achieve. Enjoy! Joe, you’ve embarked on a solo […]

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Interview with Joe from The Icarus Line @ Catch 22

Posted November 5, 2011 by admin

It must be said that The Icarus Line were really tired by the time they rolled into London for what was to be their final UK show. And although Joe Cardamone was more tired than most, he was still courteous enough to grant me this quick interview with him. I am sorry for the delay […]

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Penance Soiree 5K Review (Kerrang April 24 2004)

Posted March 23, 2014 by admin

Here is a set of articles which first appeared in Kerrang #1002 (April 24 2004). Among them is a competition, a tour announcement, as well as the coveted 5K review for The Icarus Line’s seminal Penance Soiree album. Enjoy!

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Kerrang Odds N’ Sods

Posted March 29, 2015 by admin

Due to their lack of sizable scope, the following articles have all been collated from various issues of Kerrang and presented here in one big post. So here goes… First up is Kerrang #1011 June 26 2004 in which Travis Keller was featured as being 37th in the magazine’s ‘The A-List – The 100 Most […]

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