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If Not Now, When? is the title of the seventh studio album from the multi-platinum rock band [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Incubus[/lastfm]. It’s also a question we asked ourselves when contemplating on whether or not to post a top ten list highlighting some of the band’s most deepest, darkest secrets.
Well, I guess they don’t really qualify as secrets, since we found most of these on the Internets.
So, without further ado, we present to you ten ‘shocking’ discoveries we dug up about Incubus.
10. Lead singer Brandon Boyd modeled for the GAP. Does he take one off for the ladies? Find out by watching the video below.
9. According to TMZ, Incubus guitarist Mike Einziger enrolled at Harvard university. Did he study Math-rock? Ha, ha. Get it?
8. For a while many fans believed Brandon Boyd was related to the lead singer of rock band [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Hoobastank[/lastfm]. Turns out, the rumor is not true. “The answer’s no. I’m not related to Brandon Boyd,” Doug Robb told MTV.
7. Incubus got their big break when they opened for [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Korn[/lastfm] on the Family Value Tour in 1997.
6. Does Brandon Boyd have tattoo? Yes, we believe a few. But one we found interesting was of a Buddhist mantra located on his forearm.
5. The band has three new Incubus tracks written for the soundtrack to Stealth starring the awesome Jamie Foxx.
4. Before reaching rock stardom, Brandon Boyd, drummer Jose Pasillas and bassist Alex Katunich played [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Metallica [/lastfm]and [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Megadeth [/lastfm] covers songs helping them land on a few party gigs.
3. Believe it or not, the animated sequences you see in the epic video for “Make Yourself” were all drawn by Boyd and drummer Jose Pasillas.
2. After witnessing the talent surrounding the video for “Make Yourself” one must wonder if he does this sort of stuff regularly? Answer. Yes. In fact, Boyd recently held an exhibit in his private art studio in Hollywood. Check out some pics from the show dubbed “Ectoplasm” here.
1. Benjamin Lee Kenney, Sr. (bassist for Incubus) played in [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]The Roots[/lastfm] before joining the band.
Watch Incubus perform Live on Letterman July 11 at 9pm ET (6pm PT), presented by AT&T– rethink possible.