Icarus Machine

Icarus Machine

In progress:

Eleventh Hour

No, I don’t know what’s taking so long either. 🙂


Fragile EP Art


Fragile, Icarus machine’s third release is available at:
Fragile, distributed by Distrokid.

Find Fragile on all the places. Ask your A-Lady to play Icarus Machine, Fragile.
Find it on

Apple music,
and Bandcamp.

And thanks to you all. In particular to kompoz.com where all of this madness got started.

About us

The members of Icarus Machine came together late 2015 after collaborating online over several years on various projects with each other. The members, Bill Babcock, Jenny K Brennan and Jordi Ribas, hail from all over the world: Massachusetts, United States; Ontario, Canada; all the way to Galicia, Spain.
Having discovered they were like minded about music and art, they found a common vision and desire to create something different – a project encompassing music and literature where the music was subtext for the story and vice versa.
Their first album is written around the events in a novel written alongside the music. “This Sundered World” is a steampunk inspired story about Gabriel who finds himself alone in a sundered society, a world he knows nothing about. Gabriel and the characters he encounters became the inspiration for the music and lyrics on the album.


Previous releases


Full length album.

Corium Album Cover. A flayed man, a bible. Ancient statue.
Corium Album Cover. A flayed man, a bible. Ancient statue.
After two years it is finally finished. Corium is our second album and it is a couple of steps up from our debut album “This Sundered World” (2016). This album returns to the world created in the novel “A Mother’s Heart.” and the theme in this album expands the world and focuses on new characters. The companion novel to Corium – “Mother of Crow” is still being written with no release date in sight.

The album is available on all the streaming services, such as:
Google Play,
and of course on
Check it out. 🙂

© 2023 Sundered Records

Where to find our stuff.

Icarus Machine - This Sundered World album cover

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