Tag Archives: Icon For Hire

Metal By Numbers 3/3: Whitesnake blue up the charts

Posted by on March 3, 2021

Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week.   I can’t pretend that I care much about Whitesnake, but I gotta say they’ve found an impressive excuse to release three consecutive compilations. Last year saw the release of The Rock Album and Love Songs. […]

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New & Noteworthy: February 19th, 2021 – New Music for the Sky

Posted by on February 19, 2021

New & Noteworthy is a weekly column in which we highlight some of the newest rock and metal releases coming out each week. This week features new releases from Harakiri for the Sky, Icon for Hire, and more! For last week’s releases you can read the previous New & Noteworthy, and for the latest sales numbers Metal by […]

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Icon For Hire streaming new single “Waste My Hate”

Posted by on January 26, 2021

  Icon For Hire have unveiled their new song “Waste My Hate.” The track is the final single taken from their upcoming album, Amorphous, out February 19th.   Singer Ariel Bloomer comments: “’Waste My Hate’ was born from a feeling of unrest- it’s a reminder to stand your ground, fight for what you believe in, […]

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Icon For Hire: Five things we’ve learned while creating an album during a pandemic

Posted by on January 25, 2021

On February 19th, Icon For Hire’s new album, Amorphous, will be released via Kartel Music Group. We caught up with singer Ariel Bloomer and guitarist Shawn Jump and asked them for five things they learned about creating an album during a pandemic.   Read their answers below and pre-order the album here:    01) The […]

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Icon For Hire are the “Last One Standing” in new music video

Posted by on January 14, 2021

  Icon For Hire have launched a new video titled “Last One Standing” off the upcoming album, Amorphous out February 19th via Kartel Music. The band worked with producer Romesh Dodangoda (Bring Me The Horizon/Don Broco). In an outstanding effort, the album was completely funded by fans through Kickstarter with a  campaign that raised over $200,000, which was […]

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