Test Icicles announce special release

The band still have something up their sleeves

Test Icicles announce special release
Test Icicles have announced details of a special farewell release.

Despite announcing their split in February, the band will be putting out a collection of unreleased tracks, demos and remixes on April 24.

‘Dig Your Own Grave’ will hit the shops a couple of days after the trio’s last ever show at London’s Astoria on April 22.

The tracklisting for ‘Dig Your Own Grave’ will run:

‘Pull The Lever’ (Raaary’s Ripmix)
‘Your Biggest Mistake (Unreleased Single Edit)
‘All You Need Is Blood’ (Dev’s Mix)
‘Stuck In The Bend’ (Unreleased Track)
‘The Plague + Pestilence’ (Raary Deci-Hells’ Demo)
‘Circle Square Triangle (Chromehoof Remix)
‘Pull The Lever’ (Jitset Remix)
‘What’s Michelle Like?’ (4-Track Demo)
‘Who Ate All The Offal?’ (4-Track Demo)


Test Icicles’ farewell tour will call at:

Glasgow Garage (April 18)
Sunderland Manor Quay (19)
Manchester Academy 2 (20)
Coventry Colleseum (21)
London Astoria (22)


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