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Just out of their teens, it seems Copenhagen’s Iceage have only added to the anxiety and tension that made their debut album, New Brigade, so compelling. But now, they’re challenging their raging emotions instead of simply expressing them. You're Nothing, Iceage’s sophomore album, is the sound of a band pushing their singular mix of punk, Goth, hardcore, and post-punk to even further extremes. It’s overwhelming how many ways Iceage have found to write the short aggressive rock song.
When you see Iceage live you get the feeling the songs are just about to fall apart before miraculously recovering, always rewarding you with a climax. This menacing energy is more forceful on You're Nothing. It is a more epic sound, like a rough sea.
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Dates HERE: April Monday 27 London, GB Village Underground Tuesday 28 Brighton, GB Sticky Mikes Wednesday 29 Cardiff, GB Clwb ifor Bach Thursday 30 Dublin, IE Workman’s Club May Friday 01 Birmingham, GB Hare and Hounds Saturday 02 Manchester, GB Night and Day Sunday 03 Glasgow, GB Live at Glasgow Monday 04 Leeds, GB Brudenell Social Club Tuesday 05 Bristol, GB Fleece Website: http://iceagecopenhagen.eu Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IceageCopenhagen
(Iceage, Koncerthuset, Copenhagen, Denmark, 20 December2014) (photo by Sophie Harris Taylor) Iceland continuing touring in support of 2014's 'Plowing Thru The Field Of Love' by following previously announced dates in China, Australia and Russia with additional shows in Denmark, the United Kingdom, Ireland and June's All Tomorrow's Parties in Keflavik, Iceland. Ticketing links can be found below : January, 14 - The Wall, Taipei, Taiwan January, 17 - Langsuan Castle, Bangkok, Thailand January, 21 - Oxford Art Factory, Sydney, Australia January, 22 - Alhambra Lounge, Fortitude Valley, Australia January, 23 - Ding Dong Lounge, Melbourne, Australia January, 24 - Sugar Mountain Festival, Melbourne, Australia February, 13 - Клуб ТЕАТРЪ, Moscow, Russia February, 14 - Клуб ТЕАТРЪ, Moscow, Russia February, 26 - Jazzhouse, Copenhagen DK February, 27 - Jazzhouse, Copenhagen DK February, 28 - Atlas, Aarhus DK April, 27 - Village Underground, London UK April, 28 - Sticky Mikes, Brighton U April, 29 - Clwb ifor Bach, Cardiff UK April, 30 - Workman’s Club, Dublin May, 1 - Hare And Hounds, Birmingham UK May, 2 - Night And Day, Manchester UK May, 3 - Live at Glasgow Festival, Glasgow UK May, 4 - Brudenell Social Club, Leeds UK May, 5 - Fleece, Bristol UK July, 2-4 - ATP Iceland, Keflavik Order 'Plowing Into The Field Of Love' from the following : - The Matador Store (3 sided-vinyl edition or 16 page booklet / cd) - iTunes - Amazon Iceage - official site Iceage - Blog, Facebook
Iceage take their stunning Plowing into the Field of Love album further afield in 2015, touring Australia and Asia for the first time since its release for shows across China, Taiwan and Thailand before hitting Australia for only their second ever trip down under. Friday January 9 - Yuyintang, Shanghai, China Saturday January 10 - Club XP, Beijing, China Wednesday January 14 - The Wall, Taipei, Taiwan Saturday January 17 - Langsuan Castle, Bangkok, Thailand - Wednesday January 21 - Oxford Art Factory, Sydney, Australia (Supports: Dead Farmers, M.O.B.) Thursday January 22 - Alhambra Lounge, Brisbane, Australia (Supports: Thee Hugs, Clever, Unpeople) Friday January 23 - Ding Dong, Melbourne, Australia (Support: The UV Race) Saturday January 24 - Sugar Mountain, Melbourne, Australia
Following the completion of a terrific North American tour and in the midst of a long continental jaunt (see below), Iceage have unveiled another video from the monumental 'Plowing Into The Field Of Love', "Against The Moon", directed by Martin Masai Andersen and Kim Thue. The video premiered earlier today via the auspices of Dazed & Confused. (Viewers based in Germany can see "Against The Moon" here) The video features acclaimed German actor Dan van Husen whom you might remember from such roles as Fellini’s "Casanova" and Herzog’s "Nosferatu the Vampyre", as well as German actress Missa Blue and Welsh model Louis Backhouse in supporting roles. Order 'Plowing Into The Field Of Love' from the following : - The Matador Store (3 sided-vinyl edition or 16 page booklet / cd) - iTunes - Amazon Updated tour schedule : Friday, November, 21 - Le Guess Who? Festival, Utrecht, Netherlands Saturday, November, 22 - Uebel & Gefahrlich, Hamburg, Germany Sunday, November, 23 - Exhaus, Trier, Germany Monday, November, 24 - Berghain Kantine, Berlin, Germany Tuesday, November, 25 - Komma, Esslingen, Germany Wednesday, November, 26 - Arena, Vienna, Austria Thursday, November, 27 - Strom, Munich, Germany Friday, November, 28 - Kinski, Zurich, Switzerland Saturday, November, 29 - Ancienne Belgique, Brussels, Belgium Sunday, November, 30 - Het Bos, Antwerpen, Belgium Monday, December, 1 - Nouveau Casino, Paris, France Tuesday, December 2 - 100 Club, London, UK Thursday, December 4 - The Church of York Presents: Art Basel Art Capitalism, Gramps, Miami FL Wednesday, January, 21 - Oxford Art Factory, Sydney AUS Thursday, January, 22 - Alhambra, Brisbane AUS Saturday, January, 24, - Sugar Mountain Festival, Melbourne AUS Iceage - official site Iceage - Blog, Facebook
Earlier this year in Los Angeles, Iceage, Lower and many cohorts from their native Copenhagen convened for the 13 Torches for a Burn festival. The energy was combustible, so the LA Fire Department shut it down. Or so we thought... Jacqueline Castel's short film "13 Torches for a Burn" tells another story. The film, premiered b Nowness this weekend, is a gorgeous transplanted scene report, bands sharing a collective musical story far from home: Plowing Into The Field of Love by Iceage and Seek Warmer Climes by Lower are both available now. Iceage were on Revolt TV last week and they were spectacular: