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Icarus Line Release Expanded Albums
The Quietus , February 7th, 2012 06:07

Joe Cardamone and co release a series of extended editions of their albums to help fund future touring

The Icarus Line have released a series of digital versions of their back catalogue, including the rather great punk thrashes Mono and Penance Soiree, to help fundraise for future touring activity. These versions contain a host of additional material, including lost demos, alternative takes and live sessions, and can be bought from the band's Bandcamp page.

Late last year, the Quietus' Wyndham Wallace spoke to the band's Joe Cardamone about the struggle to make a living out of music with the current state of the industry. Click here to read his in depth conversation with Cardamone.

Not long afterward, the band announced the release of a fundraising album to help raise money for future touring. These expanded editions represent a further step in that direction, and are being sold for a limited time to help fund the band's tour with Killing Joke this spring. They will be taken off sale after the tour has finished.

The band's UK tour dates this spring run as follows:

4th - Exeter, Lemon Grove
5th - Bristol, O2 Academy
6th - Norwich, Waterfront
8th - London, Roundhouse
9th - Sheffield, Corporation
10th - Manchester, Academy 2
11th - York, Fibbers
12th - Glasgow, O2 ABC
13th - Newcastle, Academy
14th - Wolverhampton, Wulfrun Hall
15th - Leicester, Lock 42
16th - Portsmouth, Pyramids Centre
17th - Oxford, O2 Academy

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