Icarus Landing | Evolution II

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Evolution II

by Icarus Landing

The third EP from Icarus Landing features their trademarks in large doses: Heavy riffs, epic song structures, layers of guitars, catchy vocal hooks, and lyrics that range from introspective to globally-oriented. Also features unique electronic elements.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Gutter
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2. Dying to Live
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3. Hello, Hello
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4. The Saint
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5. Until Death Do Us Part
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6. Behind These Walls
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Evolution II" is the third EP from alternative hard rock group Icarus Landing. Though it picks up where 2006's "Evolution" left off, everything has been amplified: The poppy songs are poppier and the heavy songs are heavier! Completed in 2008, but offered in limited quantity until 2010, "Evolution II" highlights the band's stylistic diversity and commitment to taking risks in the studio. Whereas some artists merely "capture" their music, Icarus Landing uses modern technology as a means to reach their ultimate musical vision.

As with the previous Icarus Landing release, Don "Studio D" Debiase assisted with production and engineer Brandon Youngs lent a hand with final mixing/mastering. One key difference, however, is that singer/guitarist Nicholas Miller took on a significant quantity of the production duties.

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