In 2011, Incubus celebrated their 20th anniversary as a band with a string of intimate shows for their fans. Fortunately for you, Incubus documented the entire thing. Now, a year later, the band is releasing video footage and audio of their six day celebration in downtown Los Angeles, dubbed 'Incubus HQ Live.'
Last week, Incubus fans took pause when it was reported that frontman Brandon Boyd had mentioned a possible break for the band in the future, but now the band’s manager has stepped forward to clarify the statement.
As Incubus and Linkin Park gear up to co-headline the 2012 Honda Civic Tour, frontmen Brandon Boyd and Chester Bennington have gone on record to rave about the love and respect they have for each other’s band.
Incubus singer Brandon Boyd has revealed that the band has no immediate plan for the future as they close out the promotion cycle for 2011's 'If Not Now, When?' with the Honda Civic tour featuring co-headliner Linkin Park. The future is uncertain in terms of the band's label situation, as it completed its contract with longtime label Epic. Therefore, Boyd spoke about these aspects and about his personal aspirations.
Incubus was primed to become a major band in 2001. After flying under the radar for a few years, the band finally broke out with their 1999 album 'Make Yourself,' which spawned the singles 'Pardon Me,' 'Drive,' and 'Stellar.'
Incubus have worked hard to make themselves ultra-accessible to their fans since returning from a few years of hiatus. Their latest effort to let the fans into their world comes in the form of an expansive multi-disc set featuring live performances from the band's gigs at Incubus HQ in West Hollywood.
As Linkin Park and Incubus join forces to co-headline the 2012 Honda Civic Tour, their two respective singers -- Chester Bennington and Brandon Boyd -- recently sat down together to talk about the upcoming trek and what fans can expect.
Incubus vocalist Brandon Boyd recently held a lengthy speaking engagement at the Musicians Institute in Hollywood, Calif., where he discussed the band's origins, influences, and the secret of their longevity.
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