Extend UK TOUR 
UK Dates Kick Off On 29th October
Label: Agitated Records
Format: CD/LP/DL
01. Dark Circles
02. Don't Let Me Save Your Soul
03. Marathon Man
04. Dead Body
05. No Money Music
06. City Job
07. Laying Down For The Man
08. Rats Ass
"This album captures all the raw power of one of their sweat soaked hard-hitting live shows. No mean feat. It’s music to kill to, or f**k to, or both." Trebuchet
"It is what it is: a passionate, purposeful and wonderfully presented collection of combustive rock songs." 8/10 Clash 
Following the release of their acclaimed new album Slave Vows, Los Angeles hellions The Icarus Line hit the UK NEXT WEEK. 
The UK leg has been extended with NEWLY confirmed shows in Guildford, Liverpool, Glasgow, Sheffield, Exeter, Kingston, ATP’s Netil House Takeover and End Of An Era Prt. 1.
Full confirmed headline dates are: 
29-Oct UK London Hoxton Bar and Grill
30-Oct UK Milton Keynes Craufurd Arms
31-Oct UK London Roundhouse
w/ The Cult
01-Nov UK London Roundhouse
w/ The Cult
02-Nov UK Brighton The Hope
03-Nov UK Manchester Gullivers **VENUE CHANGE**
04-Nov UK Bristol Exchange
05-Nov UK Leeds Belgrave Music Hall
15-Nov UK Guildford The Boiler Room
16-Nov UK Liverpool The Shipping Forecast
17-Nov UK Glasgow Broadcast
18-Nov Uk Sheffield The Harley Bar
19-Nov UK Exeter The Cavern
20-Nov UK Kingston The Peel
21-Nov UK London Netil House - ATP Take Over….
22-Nov UK Camber Sands ATP End Of An Era Prt 1
"Just when you think you’ve fallen out of love with The Icarus Line, they f**k you up all over again." 9/10 Drowned in Sound

"the most unified Icarus Line album to date, and their best since 2004’s breakthrough Penance Soiree." 8/10 The Line Of Best Fit

"a perfect reintroduction to The Icarus Line and an album which walks the wild side with instinctive ease and righteous fury." 4/5 Kerrang

"they never disappoint" 4/5 Mojo 

The Icarus Line have spent a decade and change mastering that energy, manifesting via retina-scarring, pulse-quickening live performances ever on the edge of total collapse and often tumbling into brilliance, via well-publicised pranks at the expense of corporate rock’s sacred cows and – most potently – via four albums of sleek, sulphurous punk-rock that stoked their rage into a righteous, seductive party.

Slave Vows, their fifth album, is also their best yet. The Stoogian roar of a band that refuses to die, it captures Cardamone and his charges at their most alive, across songs that slither, lash and rise into venomous crescendos, dark and heroic and seductive and seething. Recorded at Cardamone’s own Valley Recording Company studio in Burbank, California, it distils The Icarus Line’s past, present and future into 8 tracks and 45 minutes of profoundly uncompromised rock’n’roll hurtling from the malevolent glower of opener ‘Dark Circles’, to the slow, corrosive ooze of ‘Marathon Man’, to the savage explosion of ‘Dead Body’, to the Sabbath-plays-Funkadelic writhe of ‘Rat’s Ass’.

Whether you know it yet or not, you need Slave Vows in your life. A masterpiece of wracked, sordid and vital rock’n’roll, it’s the sound of a spirit that won’t be extinguished – the sound of four young men channelling their darkest, most honest selves and letting loose a righteous, decadent wave of noise that’ll blow the lightweight, inconsequential indie-rock and opportunist pop out of your life forever. This isn’t an album you simply listen to; it’s an album you bow down and pledge allegiance to, a statement of no-bullshit resistance, the latest and greatest statement from a group who never met a bridge they didn’t wanna burn. 
Nita Keeler
Gold Star PR
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