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1-Kerrang 1001 April 17 2004
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The Icarus Line in Kerrang #991 and #1001

Posted May 25, 2015 by admin

It had to happen eventually, but I’ve finally run out of music magazines containing articles pertaining to The Icarus Line. So I guess in this instance therefore, if anyone has any additional print-based articles not already featured on the site (and would like to contribute), then please don’t hesitate to get in touch via the […]

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1-Kerrang #993 February 21 2004 001
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The Angry Brigade

Posted April 5, 2015 by admin

The icarus line still the greatest punk band on the planet. Everyone else is just playing. @TheIcarusLine — Stevie Chick (@stevie_chick) October 29, 2013 Having written about the band on a number of occasions – most notably for The Quietus, his blog, and for his rejuvenated Loose Lips Sink Ships project – Stevie Chick once […]

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1-Kerrang 857 June 16 2001 001
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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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The Icarus Line at Metro, London (2004)

Posted May 11, 2014 by admin

Although the legendary underground music venue has since closed down, at one point ‘Metro’ used to be a regular fixture of the London gig scene, and played host to a number of up and coming bands – one of which was The Icarus Line. On 22 January 2004, Kerrang was there to document the band’s […]

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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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