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Incubus releases highly anticipated new album

HollywoodNews.com: Leading up to their long-awaited, sixth studio album, multi-platinum rock band Incubus has been asking their fans If Not Now, When?, and on July 12th fans will get the answers they have been patiently waiting for. The 11-track album produced by Brendan O’Brien (Pearl Jam, Rage Against The Machine, Bob Dylan), features hit singles “Adolescents” and “Promises, Promises.” Incubus kicks off release week with a performance July 11th on the Late Show with David Letterman as well as a “Live On Letterman” webcast for the fans. Fans can watch the Incubus’ “Live On Letterman” webcast live or on-demand at http://www.cbs.com/late_night/liveonletterman/. The webcast will also be available on VEVO’s website, mobile and connected devices and syndication partners.

Leading up to the release of their new album, Incubus set-up shop at a secret location in Los Angeles to launch “Incubus HQ Live,” giving fans 24 hours of streaming content for an unprecedented, seven days. Nearly two million participants watched and interacted with the band throughout the week with 1.2 million active Facebook participants and nearly 50,000 Twitter mentions creating a global conversation among Incubus fans. Each day the band treated fans to the most unique, personal and up-close experience imaginable, capped off by performances of the bands multi-platinum albums Morning View and Make Yourself, culminating with a preview of the new album, If Not Now, When? in its entirety on the final night.

The “Incubus HQ Live” space was fully equipped with cameras and other technology contributed by numerous technology supporters, including Sony, Livestream, Teradek, Viddy, Anvato, HD Cinema, YouTube, Tweetbeam, Simplynew, Schedulicity and VER. Cameras were live capturing all of the action and streaming it as it happened for fans around the world.

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