Incubus Concert Tickets
The alternative rock band formed by vocalist Brandon Boyd, guitarist Mike Einziger, and drummer Jose Pasillas, also including Chris Kilmore as he joined the band in 1998 on the keyboards and recent addition to the band bass-guitarist, & backing vocals for the band is Ben Kenney who joined in 2003, comprises the current line-up of Incubus. They earned commercial success with their many multi-platinum sales including their very successful release of 1999s “Make Yourself,” and even more success with the single “Drive.” Their follow up albums continued pleasing fans and critics alike, like, Morning View, which released to critical acclaim and their sixth studio album, Light Grenades, debuted at No. 1 in 2006 and received Gold certification in the US. Monuments and Melodies is their first Greatest Hits album and was released and subsequently promoted on the tour of the United States, Japan, and Canada. If Not Now, When?, their most recent album was released in 2011 to rave reviews and a successful reception across the board. Most fans consider them to be more of a modern rock because they incorporate so many different styles into their music that their reach is boundless. Their sound is unique, somewhat indie-funk and their show is out of this world crazy, fun, and beautifully chaotic, do not wear flip flops to a live performance of Incubus. The concerts are amazing loud, people cramming together in unison dancing, weaving, and enjoying the music provided by this sensational rock band.
Incubus tickets were on these guys minds when they officially formed the band in 1991 in the San Fernando Valley suburb of Calabasas, CA. Group members Brandon Boyd (vocals, percussion), Mike Einziger (guitar), Alex Katunich (aka Dirk Lance; bass), and José Pasillas (drums) were all tenth grade classmates when they got together. Their early funk-metal sound was heavily influenced by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, but developed over the next few years to include thrash, rap-metal, post-grunge rock, and grinding alt-metal à la Korn or the Deftones. In 1995, Incubus added hip-hop turntablist DJ Lyfe (aka Gavin Koppel) to their lineup and recorded the independently released album Fungus Amongus. That, coupled with their strong local following, helped the band get a deal with Epic subsidiary Immortal.
Incubus tours would become a national event beginning in early 1997. Incubus' first major-label release was the six-song EP Enjoy Incubus, and consisted of previous demos that were brought back in the studio. Later in the year, their first full-length album, S.C.I.E.N.C.E., was released. Incubus returned to the studio in late 1999 to record their follow up album, Make Yourself. Although Make Yourself barely broke the Top 50 on the album charts, it eventually pushed past the double-platinum mark since it was a steady seller. The second single, "Stellar," was a smaller-sized hit on rock radio, but the album's biggest song didn't hit the airwaves until 2001; "Drive".
In the fall of 2001, Incubus released their next album, Morning View, which entered the charts at number 2. Incubus became involved in a contract dispute with Sony, and filed a lawsuit to have their deal terminated under California labor laws in 2003 right before the release of their next album, A Crow Left of the Murder. The band's music is hard hitting and adrenaline rushed but also gets across a deep message and feeds the listener's soul. The lyrics to most of their songs are well written and strike a cord deep in one's mind, driving you deep into thought.
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