From Brian May to Mike Einziger (Incubus), UK guitarist Danny Beardsley talks us through five of his own guitar icons. Read about who he picked here.
Their sixth record, ‘Sucker,’ out now, Katastro shares a list of the Top 10 most important bands that helped in shaping their sound.
Come to the “Darkside.” It’s where you’ll find The Spill Canvas doing their thing (and thriving) on their brand…
Monster Energy Aftershock closed out its largest year, bringing 60,000 rock fans together at Discovery Park in Sacramento, CA on October 13th and 14th for its 7th year. Here’s our recap of the TOP moments, plus some incredible live shots.
Kaaboo 2018 is just around the corner! Here are your TOP 10 must-see acts for Southern California’s hottest Music & Arts Festival.
There is a band, their name The Zealots, and their new album Only Rocks Live Forever is fire emoji. How fire emoji? Like… three in a row, 100 underlined. They are a legit “rock band”. Remember those?
Incubus, Deftones and The Bots Photos and Review by Mike Bax Originally just solicited as an Incubus show, Edgefest…
The album is just coming out and already Incubus is on to the second single off their latest If Not Now, When? release. Incubus’ sound has certainly changed over the years from the nu-metal days of their debut album S.C.I.E.N.C.E. to soft, ballad radio hits like “Drive” and “Dig.” Their evolving sound may irritate a lot of original, hardcore fans, but there’s no question that Incubus has always been able to evolve and tweak its style to sound contemporary and fresh.
California rock band Young The Giant will debut the video for their second single, “Cough Syrup” on MTV Tuesday, June 21st at 6:00am and will play it at the top of every music hour. The video will debut on MTV during AMTV with subsequent debuts across MTV2, mtvU, MTV Hits and MTV.com. The band was also picked for MTV’s Freshman 5 campaign to run this summer.
Five freakin’ years since the last Incubus record? You heard it right folks, one of the most prominent bands of the early 2000s has been on a lengthy hiatus since the release of their 2006 LP Light Grenades. It’s hard to believe, but time certainly flies by. But never fear, Incubus has returned with the group’s seventh studio record If Not Now, When? due to out on July 12th.