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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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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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Travis Keller interviews Joe Cardamone

Posted August 30, 2015 by admin

As part of his ongoing ‘Buddyhead Radio’ series, Buddyhead supremo Travis Keller spends over two hours delving into all things The Icarus Line related this week when he interviews band leader Joe Cardamone. During their rather extensive discussion, and I’m only about one hour in, we get to learn a little bit more about the […]

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Various articles about The Icarus Line from around the web

Posted June 21, 2015 by admin

Here are a few articles from around the web that I don’t think have been featured on the site before. First up are a few interviews / articles: Jigsaw Magazine Playing with Chaos 3dotmag (this one isn’t really an interview) Penny Black Music (an oldie, but a goodie – if only because it mentions Gorilla […]

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The Icarus Line featured in NME 6 July 2002

Posted May 3, 2015 by admin

As someone who was an unashamed “Kerrang kid” growing up, I normally never associated myself with NME and its indie championing rhetoric. Of course I sometimes made an exception, and this is one of those rare few occasions when I did go out of my way to pick up an issue. Incidentally enough, it featured […]

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