Iceage Sign to Matador Records, Prepare New Album
The band's next album won't take so long to spread, however, as the group have signed with indie powerhouse (and home of like-minded punk experimenters Fucked Up and Ceremony) Matador Records.
On the Matador blog, the label revealed that the yet-to-be-titled new album will be released on February 19, with Escho dropping the release in Denmark.
Stay tuned for more details as they become available. Iceage are also set to embark on a UK tour, the dates of which are available here.
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