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It’s been four years since we last had an Incubus record, but things are starting to heat up over at the Incubus camp with the release of their new single, Absolution Calling. Absolution Calling is the first studio single from their next release and follows the live debut of Trust Fall, both of which are
Adding to the crop of killer joint 2015 Sidewave shows already announced is today’s news that Incubus and Antemasque will be playing joint sideshows together in Melbourne and Sydney this February along with Le Butcherettes. American alt-rockers Incubus, Omar Rodríguez-López and Cedric Bixler-Zavala’s brand new project Antemasque and Mexican garage punkers Le Butcherettes will play
Alt rockers Incubus should have some brand new material to debut on the Soundwave 2015 stage when they visit the country next year, after they revealed their plans to release two new self-produced EPs which will form an album in 2015. Speaking to Billboard, guitarist Mike Einziger said the band have just signed with Island
Soundwave 2015 co-headliners Incubus are currently stowed away at home, working hard on what will be the Californian band’s eighth LP. Frontman Brandon Boyd kindly took time to step away from writing and talk to Music Feeds’ Mike Hohnen about the new material. Although Boyd admitted that Incubus are only in the infancy of their
Much-loved American alt-rockers Incubus are going on a hiatus – with frontman Brandon Boyd telling Billboard that the band “have no plans” for the immediate future.
An eclectic sold-out crowd has gathered at the Hordern Pavilion to see Incubus perform. It’s not an all ages gig in the traditional sense but it sure does seem as though every age from 18 through to retirement has come out to rock, and rock they shall. Frontman Brandon Boyd, sporting shoulder length hair and
Californian-based alt/funk rockers Incubus have added two additional shows to their already announced Australian tour in February next year. They will be here in support of their seventh and latest album If Not Now, When?. Incubus will now travel to Canberra’s Royal Theatre on Saturday February 4, and also play a second and final show
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Incubus frontman Brandon Boyd has shared some thoughts on the new Incubus album If Not Now, When? via the Incubus website. He details several songs and how the band found their footing for the album in writing the bands title track. Here is what he said about the band’s first single Adolescents “Our first single,