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Iceage Share New Song “Broken Hours”

New Stand Alone Single Out Now via Matador

Nov 26, 2018

Denmark's Iceage released a new album, Beyondless, back in May via Matador and earlier this month they shared the brand new song, "Balm of Gilead." Now they have shared another new song, "Broken Hours." Listen below, followed by the band's upcoming tour dates. More

10 Best Songs of the Week: The Good, The Bad, & The Queen; Piroshka; Cherry Glazerr; and More

Plus Murray A. Lightburn, Julia Jacklin, Nilüfer Yanya, and a Wrap-up of the Week's Other Notable New Tracks

Nov 09, 2018

There might still be nearly two months left in 2018, but 2019 album announcements have been coming hard and fast of late. The Top 10 of this week's Songs of the Week is packed with first and second singles from albums due out next January or February, although not our #1, that album is due out next week. More

Iceage Share New Song “Balm of Gilead”

Band’s North American Tour with Black Lips Starts Tonight

Nov 05, 2018

Denmark's Iceage released a new album, Beyondless, back in May via Matador. Now they have shared a brand new song, "Balm of Gilead." It's being shared in honor of their North American tour with Black Lips, which starts tonight in Vancouver and continues through the month. More

Iceage Share Video for “Under the Sun”

Beyondless Out Now via Matador

Aug 13, 2018

Denmark's Iceage released a new album, Beyondless, back in May via Matador. Now they have shared a video for "Under the Sun." More

Apr 18, 2018

Denmark's Iceage are releasing a new album, Beyondless, on May 4 via Matador. Now they have shared another song from it, the horn-backed "The Day the Music Dies," via a video for the song. Graeme Flegenheimer co-directed the video with the band, which was shot in Detroit at the historic bathhouse The Schvitz, the Masonic Temple, and the MUG warehouse space.  More

12 Best Songs of the Week: Courtney Barnett, Gaz Coombes, Let’s Eat Grandma, Snail Mail, and More

Plus Okkervil River, The Go! Team, King Tuff (feat. Jenny Lewis), Hiss Golden Messenger, and a Wrap-up of the Week’s Other Notable New Tracks

Mar 23, 2018

Last week we skipped Songs of the Week. Most of the music industry was in Austin for SXSW and thus few notable songs were shared last week, leaving us with not enough contenders to even put together a Top 5 we were truly excited about. So this week's Songs of the Week mainly covers this week, but has a few songs from last week, including the song that would've been our #1 last week if we'd done a list. Hence we have a Top 12 this week. More

Iceage Share New Song “Take It All”

Beyondless Due Out May 4 via Matador

Mar 22, 2018

Denmark's Iceage are releasing a new album, Beyondless, on May 4 via Matador. They have previously shared two songs from it, "Catch It" (via a video, and it was one of our Songs of the Week) and "Pain Killer"(which features Sky Ferreira). More

Iceage Announce New Album and Share New Song “Pain Killer”

Beyondless Due Out May 4 via Matador, Band Shares Essay on Album by Richard Hell

Mar 01, 2018

Denmark's Iceage have announced a new album, Beyondless, and shared a new song from it, "Pain Killer." Beyondless is due out May 4 via Matador. It includes "Catch It," a song they shared a video for a few weeks back.  More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Courtney Barnett, Beach House, Okkervil River, Moaning, and More

Plus Anna von Hausswolff, Preoccupations, of Montreal, Iceage, Lucy Dacus, and a Wrap-up of the Week's Other Notable New Tracks

Feb 16, 2018

This week Under the Radar favorite Courtney Barnett announced her new album and shared a new song and fellow favorites Beach House announced that a new album was coming and shared a new song.  More

Iceage Share Video for New Song “Catch It” and Announce Tour Dates

May and June European and North American Tour Dates

Feb 12, 2018

Denmark's Iceage have shared a video for a new song, "Catch It," and announced some tour dates. The May and June dates include some European shows, but mainly traverse North America. Watch the "Catch It" video below, followed by the band's tour dates. More

Marching Church Share “Lion’s Den” Video and Announce Tour

Telling It Like It Is Due Out October 28 via Sacred Bones

Oct 19, 2016

Marching Church are releasing their second album, Telling It Like It Is, on October 28 via Sacred Bones. Now they have shared a video for "Lion's Den" and announced some tour dates. Watch the video and check out the dates below.

Jul 21, 2015

Last weekend, Chicago hosted the annual Pitchfork Festival. Check out Annie Lesser’s shots from day one, featuring Natalie PrassJessica PrattILOVEMAKONNENCHVRCHES,Mac DemarcoTobias Jesso JrPanda BearSteve GunnIceage, and Wilco.  More

Feb 12, 2015

MØ, Lykke Li, and Todd Terje are among the musicans nominated for this year’s Nordic Music PrizeMore

Nov 22, 2014

Yesterday was the second day of Le Guess Who? We set Laura Studarus to Holland to cover the action.  More

Sep 04, 2014

Copenhagen punks Iceage have announced their third LP, Plowing Into the Field of Love, which is set for an October 7 release date. The news comes with a video for a brand new track from the band. More

Listen: Iceage Cover Sinead O’Connor

Due Out November 19 Via Matador

Oct 03, 2013

So we won’t say we would have called it (that would be a lie) but Iceage covering Sinead O'Connor certainly isn’t unwelcome.  More

Iceage Add New North American Tour Dates

Supporting You're Nothing

Feb 25, 2013

Supporting their well-received sophomore LP You're Nothing Danish four piece Iceage has announced a number of new tour dates throughout North America. More

Iceage Sign to Matador

New Album Due February 19

Nov 16, 2012

Danish experimentalists Iceage will release the follow up to their 2011 album New Brigade via Matador Records.  More



Reviews

Beyondless

Beyondless

Matador

Apr 27, 2018

There's a word in Spanish culture to describe the overwhelming sensation of intensity that comes from great art, "a mysterious force that everyone feels and no philosopher has explained" as Federico García Lorca describes it.  More

You’re Nothing

You’re Nothing

MATADOR/ESCHO

Feb 21, 2013

The second album from Denmark's Iceage opens with a delicious din. Throw on some headphones and lean into the dense swirl of crackling guitar, deep throb, and clattering drums of "Ecstasy." Had My Bloody Valentine incorporated economy and aggression into their mix circa Loveless they might have pounded out a similar trail.

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