Iceage @ The First Unitarian Church 4/19

January 17th, 2013
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When Danish punks Iceage first came over to the scene here in the United States, they were only in their teens. Their debut album, Youth Brigade, in 2011 on the small run independent New York City label What’s Your Rupture and was well received by critics all over. Just two years later, their back again with a new record. You’re Nothing will be released on February 19th. This time around Iceage will have a new label to call home. Matador Records signed the band back in December and will be putting out the album.

To coincide with the new record, Iceage will be embarking on back to back European and North American tours. Starting in Berlin, DE on January 31st and ending in New York on April 20th. The day before their journey comes to an end, Iceage stop at Philadelphia in the legendary basement of the First Unitarian Church. Seeing as how they’re from Denmark, Iceage tend not too tour the United States too much so that makes the show on April 19th one that should not be missed!

Friday, April 19th
First Unitarian Church

Doors 7PM | Show 7:30PM
Tickets $13 (adv/dos)
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