Iceage to release second album in February 2013

Danish punk band sign to Matador for new release

Iceage to release second album in February 2013

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Iceage have confirmed that they will release their new album in February of next year.

The Danish punk band have signed to Matador (home to Sonic Youth, Cat Power, Fucked Up and Kurt Vile) and will release their new LP on February 18, 2013. The currently untitled album will be the follow up to Iceage's 2011 debut 'New Brigade', which featured the songs 'You're Blessed' and 'Broken Bone'.

Iceage will also be in the UK for a nationwide tour later this month. The band will play:

Belfast, Limelight (November 2)
Dublin, Academy 2 (22)
Manchester, Soup Kitchen (23)
Edinburgh, Sneaky Petes (24)
York, Stereo (25)
Wrexham, Central Station (26)
Nottingham, Bodega (27)
Bristol, Croft (28)
London, Hoxton Bar and Kitchen (29)
Brighton, Green Door Store (30)

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