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Incubus Vinyl Records

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  • Incubus - 8 Vinyl LP (00602557463828)

     

    Incubus - 8 Vinyl LP (00602557463828)
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  • Incubus - A Crow Left of the Murder Vinyl LP (88765404061)

     

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  • Incubus - S.C.I.E.N.C.E. Vinyl LP (MOVLP694)

     

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  • Incubus - Light Grenades Vinyl LP (88765404081)

     

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  • Incubus - Make Yourself Vinyl LP (88765404091)

     

    Incubus - Make Yourself Vinyl LP Reissue (88765404091)
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  • Incubus - Morning View Vinyl LP (88765404101)

     

    Incubus - Morning View Vinyl LP Reissue (88765404101)
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Every now and then, we come across an artist that doesn’t quite fit into categorization. “This music I’m hearing,” you think to yourself, “It’s not metal, it’s not punk, it’s not indie, it’s not funk, but it’s somehow between all of these.” What is it? It’s Incubus - simple as that.

Born out of an LA suburb in the early 90s, Incubus has redefined itself over and over again. They’ve “incubated” all the alternative styles that have emerged throughout three decades into their sound, including alt metal, punk rock, funk rock and indie rock. They can melt your face with roaring, giant-sounding guitars, make you stop and think with deeply inspirational lyrics, or make you want to dance to their funkiest scratch grooves. Some of their songs will do all three at the same time.

If you want to meet this multi-platinum band in outer space, you’ll have to hear them for yourself: they are “Stellar”. Their 2004 album A Crow Left The Murder... is “Priceless”, and you can listen to it all day “Here In My Room”. You’ll want to remember this for sure, so smile and “Look Alive” while listening to their acclaimed 1999 album Make Yourself. If you love alternative music, you really have to listen to these guys right now. What do you think, “Are You In?” And If Not Now, When? It’s so much better when everyone is in. Incubus’ classic, one-of-a-kind records will be here waiting for you.

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Incubus Vinyl & Band FAQs

What genre is Incubus?

Incubus is a rock band, which is obviously a massive umbrella of a genre. They're often labeled alternative rock, alternative metal, funk rock, metal, and nu metal.

Where is Incubus from?

Incubus is from Calabasas, California, and the band formed in 1991 by vocalist Brandon Boyd, lead guitarist Mike Einziger, and drummer José Pasillas while enrolled in Calabasas High School.

How many albums has Incubus sold?

Incubus has sold over 19 million albums and counting. That's more than double the population of New York City.

Who are the members of Incubus? Who is the lead singer?

Current Members of Incubus:

  • Brandon Boyd – lead vocals, percussion, occasional rhythm guitar (1991–present)
  • Mike Einziger – lead guitar, keyboards, backing vocals (1991–present)
  • Ben Kenney – bass, backing vocals (2003–present)
  • José Pasillas II – drums (1991–present)
  • Chris Kilmore – turntables, keyboards, theremin, synthesizers, piano (1998–present)

Former Members of Incubus:

  • Alex "Dirk Lance" Katunich – bass (1991–2003)
  • Gavin "DJ Life" Koppel – turntables (1995–1998)

Why did Incubus's bassist leave?

It's never been exactly clear why Incubus bassist Dirk Lance left the band in 2003. Online rumors point to some friction from creative differences within the band, and the general sentiment just seems to be that things ran their course in the way that things run their course.

When Dirk Lance left Incubus in 2003, Brandon Boyd issued a statement after a swirl of rumors

"Well, to cut straight to the thick of it, he is no longer in the band. I regret to inform you of this in this way but we collectively felt it was the best medium. Now, being a group of people who look forward and not the other way, I would love to express to all of you our gratitude towards Dirk for an amazing 12 years of artistry and dedication. He was and will remain a valuable asset to the history of this band. I am aware that the looming ambiguity of this statement might raise more questions than before, but please know that we wish him the best of fortune in every endeavor he pursues. And we will and are continuing our pursuit of high art in sound."

Why did Incubus choose their band name?

Incubus is an odd choice for a name of a band, considering its definition is "a male demon believed to have sexual intercourse with a sleeping woman."

The band claims that the story behind choosing such a... strange... name is that they needed to come up with something quick before a show. In a moment of desperate searching, lead guitarist Mike Einziger opened a dictionary and found "Incubus" at random, and thought that it sounded silly. Frontman Brandon Boyd has a different spin and claims that it had the word "sex" in its definition, and they were teenagers, so they thought it was funny because, well, again, they were teenagers.

Incubus stuck. But something tells us that they might choose a different band name these days.

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