Icarus The Owl releases new video ‘Black Fish’

By on May 9, 2014
Icarus The Owl

After exclusively premiering “Black Fish” on AbsolutePunk earlier this year, the band has now released the music video for it HERE. The track is taken off the Kris Crummett (Issues, Sleeping With Sirens, A Lot Like Birds) produced self-titled album that was released in February and was the follow up to the band’s 2012 release, Love Always, Leviathan. The self-titled release contains 13 tracks of progressive pop rock that singer/guitarist Joey Rubenstein describes as “an exploration of complex and progressive music while not losing sight of melody and cohesion.” The band has just finished up a run of European tour dates and is planning to continue touring throughout the year.


1. Ignore Check Engine Lights
2. Black Fish
3. Dethroned
4. In Aeternum
5. This Too Will Pass
6. The Monster Within
7. Touchstone
8. Lily Trotter
9. Flint And Steel
10. Crimson Covered Walls
11. Input. Time. Destruct.
12. Chronos, The Destroyer
13. The Pharmacist



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