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Punk rock never dies; it comes back whenever a new generation picks up instruments and turns youth's aggression and energy into something loud, desperate, and often melodic (despite melody sometimes being held in suspicion by young punks). Copenhagen's Iceage recall everything great about punk rock. Its songs are loud and melodic, sounding like they're falling apart as they cruise at twice the safe speed. With this 29-minute set, Iceage does everything right. An extra layer of noise in the recordings lends an urgency to the insomnia of "Ecstasy" and the grueling pains of "Burning Hand," where punk turns a shade of Blonde Redhead with further overtones and subtleties building into the rubber-band rhythms. "Wounded Hearts" turns up the reverb and adds a few luminous and garage-rock–like leads. "It Might Hit First" turns in pure hardcore fury in less than a minute and a half. Old-school punks who grew up listening to Hüsker Dü and Minor Threat and ordered foreign punk collections will recognize this energy and feel right at home with younger punks experiencing it all for the first time.

Customer Reviews

Good album.

It's fast, energetic and wild. I love the slurred vocals and loud guitars. Don't listen to any of the one star reviews. They would give actual reasons as to why they disliked the album if they really listened to the whole thing.

Two Things...

1. This is actually one of the best European Hardcore groups I've heard in a long time (along with SS Kaliert from Germany, check them out too), their sound is very inspired but manages to separate itself from the pack due to the feeling of desolation that these guys bring to the table. Definitely a worth-while listen for people looking for new and fresh Hardcore.

2. Half the reviews I'm seeing here are from people who simply stumbled upon this by complete accident. I'd recommend people like that avoid posting such idiotically negative reviews for literally no reason, as they apparently have no semblance of context for what they're reviewing. Only people who have actually listened to the album and given it a slight chance (and even know what they're talking about, preferably) should write reviews. I'm not saying it's not okay to give an album you dislike a bad review, but I really wish I didn't have to read these inane and pathetically ignorant "durr it's noise" reviews from people who, from the looks of these things, searched for the movie Ice Age and got curious when this popped up in the Music tab or something, because all they do is say it's noise without even going into any detail.


What the hell did I just hear? This isn't even close to music...


Formed: 2008 in Copenhagen, Denmark

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Playing an aggressive but stylish version of punk rock that's intelligent, expressive, and powerfully physical, Iceage are a quartet from Denmark who were still in their teens when they began to gain an international reputation. Iceage was formed in 2008 by singer and guitarist Elias Bender Rønnenfelt, guitarist Johan Suurballe Wieth, bassist Jakob Tvilling Pless, and drummer Dan Kjær Nielsen; the four, whose average age at the time was 17, had been friends for years before they began making an impression...
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