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Anyone hoping that the 11th-hour recruitment of Skrillex as coproducer would encourage Incubus to add vertiginous drops and bowel-shaking sub-bass to their eighth album will be disappointed. Despite that, they remain as dismissive of rock’s traditional boundaries as ever, roaming from New Wave pop (“Familiar Faces”) to dark-hearted electro-blues (“Loneliest”) and a dub/lounge-jazz mash-up (“Make No Sound in the Forest”). The Californians have never undervalued short, sharp thrills though; the riff-laden “Nimble Bastard” is exhilarating and incisive.

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They Can Do NO Wrong

I am so sick of hearing Incubus fans complain about how they want the "old" Incubus sound back. I, for one, am glad that they don't put out the same albums over and over again, like Nickleback, where all of their songs sound the same. I love the evolution of their sound and I love what I've heard off 8 so far. These guys weren't thrown into a time capsule so that they can continue making music that resembles Science or Make Yourself.
Incubus has a sound that is unique to them and they do not sound like any other band out there. It's refreshing and their music is superb. I don't think that, out of the 20 years I have been a fan, I have heard a song that I didn't like. I hope they continue staying true to themselves and their craft. I'm grateful for Incubus and their original and innovative music!
Buy the album, it's great so far!

um…. nimble bastard?

What happened to nimble bastard??? The single sounded awesome and then I hear the record version… The kick is super loud and so are the vocals. It sounds like a mess… The song is good, but holy crap did they ruin the recording.

Evolved sound for an evolved crowd

If you like S.C.I.E.N.C.E., Make Yourself, or Morning View, you probably won't like this, unless you are a casual listener. It just sounds like any other newer mainstream rock band now. They've long lost their funky experimental edge. I've been waiting for them to bring something a little more innovative to the table since the mid 2000s and it's not likely to happen. RHCP on the other hand has done well and retains their signature sound.


Formed: 1991 in Calabasas, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Incubus became one of the most popular alt-metal bands of the new millennium, setting themselves apart from a crowded field with a tireless touring ethic and a broad musical palette. Formed in 1991 in the San Fernando Valley suburb of Calabasas, California, the band's early lineup comprised tenth-grade classmates Brandon Boyd (vocals, percussion), Mike Einziger (guitar), Alex Katunich (aka Dirk Lance; bass), and José Pasillas (drums). Their early funk-metal sound was heavily influenced by the Red...
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8, Incubus
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music
  • Released: Apr 21, 2017
  • Parental Advisory

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