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American alternative rock band, Incubus, got its start in 1991 with Vocalist Brandon Boyd, drummer Jose Pasillas, bassist Alex Katunich and guitarist Mike Einziger forming back when they were in the beginning of high school. They have seven studio albums, four live albums, and one compilat... More

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American alternative rock band, Incubus, got its start in 1991 with Vocalist Brandon Boyd, drummer Jose Pasillas, bassist Alex Katunich and guitarist Mike Einziger forming back when they were in the beginning of high school. They have seven studio albums, four live albums, and one compilation album. Their first #1 hit single, “Drive,” came in 2001 and they have had three more since, “Megalomaniac,” “Anna Molly,” and “Love Hurts.”

They were performing shows before even graduating high school, but their debut album, Fungus Amongus, was released in 1995. It had limited success, but after their second album, S.C.I.E.N.C.E., came out in 1997, they went on tour with Korn and 311. They released former member Gavin Koppell and replaced him with Chris Kilmore. They then joined Ozzfest and The Family Values Tour before heading out with System of a Down and Ultraspank.

Their third album, Make Yourself, came out in 1999 and charted at #49, their first top 100 hit. It was 2001’s Morning View album that gave them greater commercial success when it reached #2 on the Billboard 200. They continued to tour and three years later released A Crow Left of the Murder… in 2004, another #2 hit. They went on a worldwide tour in promotion of the album and released a DVD, Live at the Red Rock.

Two years later, their Light Grenades, album was released and gave them their first #1 hit on the Billboard 200 in 2006. In 2008, they performed with the Foo Fighters, Pearl Jam, and The Flaming Lips in a tribute to The Who.

From 2008-2009, they went on a hiatus and didn’t release a new album until 2011. The album, If Not Now, When? debuted at #2. They will kick off a new tour on Friday April 27 and will travel across the US and Europe.