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Iceage are currently trekking across the United States (and a bit of Canada) in support of their excellent new album, Plowing Into the Field of Love. The album, the band's third, shows them moving…   Read Story »
Danish post-punk quartet Iceage are set to release their third LP, Plowing Into The Field Of Love, next week. If you've listened to any of the singles -- "The Lord's Favorite," "Forever," "Glassy…   Read Story »
On their upcoming Plowing Into The Field Of Love, Danish punks Iceage show what happens when they pour all the sneering dull-blade brutality of their previous post-punk/hardcore incarnation into…   Read Story »
I've heard people compare Iceage's new Plowing The Fields Of Love to the Mekons' 1985 classic Fear And Whiskey, but when I listen to it, the album I'm reminded of most is the Libertines' self-titled…   Read Story »
When the Danish band Iceage dropped the video for their new song "The Lord's Favorite" earlier this summer, it was clear that the track wasn't just a one-off. It signaled a big shift, away from…   Read Story »
Danish punk Iceage released their last album You're Nothing just last year, and today, they've already returned with a new song, a slurry and falling-apart rockabilly number called "The Lord's…   Read Story »
Starting today we're rolling out the winners of the Gummy Awards, Stereogum & Videogum's annual readers' poll. Earlier this month we asked you to vote for 2013's best album, song, music video, new…   Read Story »
Determining the year's best albums is, admittedly, a subjective pursuit. But even more than an albums roundup, a list of songs is an intensely personal way to sum up a year in music. It is a process…   Read Story »
Earlier this year, New York Times pop critic Jon Caramanica wrote a piece about pop's Summer Of Smooth, about how many of this year's big warm-weather crossover hits were soft and breezy and…   Read Story »
Earlier this year, Iceage released their sophomore LP, You're Nothing, but will close out 2013 with new material via a covers 7". The release includes takes on Sinead O'Connor's sparse,…   Read Story »