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Incubus Announces “Make Yourself & Beyond” Tour Dates
Concerts & Tours

Incubus Announces “Make Yourself & Beyond” Tour Dates

It’s been 20 years since Incubus released their wildly popular album “Make Yourself,” and they’re celebrating the occasion with a four-month-long tour.

Incubus Returns With First of Two Planned EPs for 2015
New Albums

Incubus Returns With First of Two Planned EPs for 2015

Incubus has released the first of two EPs slated for release this year. The rockers’ first EP of the year, Trust Fall (Side A) features four songs, including the title track “Trust Fall,” which bassist Ben Kenney calls “our seven-minute FM-radio opus… It’s our ‘Stairway.’” The last bit of that comment is a little tongue-in-cheek (see the first video, below)....

Incubus Releases “HQ Live” CD/DVD Set
New Albums

Incubus Releases “HQ Live” CD/DVD Set

Last year, Incubus celebrated their 20th anniversary with a set of special performances at an art gallery in downtown Los Angeles. The six-day event provided fans an intimate experience with the band and, thankfully, was completely documented by the band. It’s now available in a package entitled HQ Live , a two-CD/one-DVD set chock-full of audio, behind the scenes footage,...

Incubus Bassist Ben Kenney Releases Fourth Solo Album
New Albums

Incubus Bassist Ben Kenney Releases Fourth Solo Album

Incubus bassist Ben Kenney released his fourth solo LP on Friday, via his own label, Ghetto Crush Industries. Burn the Tapes is a true show of self-reliance, as Kenney plays bass, guitar, drums, and sings, not to mention producing and engineering the album. The release also includes a DVD containing skits, fan questions, and live performances. The first 500 copies...

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Ben Kenney of Incubus interviewed by Cleveland Scene

Bassist Ben Kenney of Incubus was recently interviewed by the Cleveland Scene. He talks about what everyone was up to during Incubus’s long hiatus and how they have matured as a band. Kenney joined Incubus in 2003 after playing with The Roots. From the interview: “It was the band’s choice to put out Monuments,” says Kenney. “We wanted to put...