Album Review: Iceage
    • MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2013

    • Posted by: Stephen Cardone

    In 2011, the unlikely anti-heroes of post-punk artistry made their way out of the humble but thriving Copenhagen DIY scene onto the worldwide stage and nobody really knew what to make of it. The Danish rockers that call themselves Iceage were not yet in their twenties, but they sounded like they could have existed alongside their forefathers in 1979, thanks in part to primary songwriter Elias Bender Ronnenfelt's baritone growl. It was a charming combo and Iceage quickly became the critical darlings they were always destined to be.

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