About IncubusMulti-platinum selling California rock band Incubus is named after the highly sexualized male demon of ancient mythology, and incorporate a wide variety of sounds and styles into their music. Over the years their music has made use of the didgeridoo, pipa, sitar, bongos and djembe, though they remain at heart a rock band. Their number one singles in the US have included Megalomaniac, Drive, Love Hurts and Molly, while Pardon Me has also become a cult underground rock song, though it never topped the charts. Incubus have six studio albums to date, with 'A Crow Left Of The Murder' the most widely acclaimed, and particularly noted for Megalomaniac's rumored attack on the Bush administration. The core of the band formed when they were still in 10th grade at school. They're noted for their impressive touring schedule, though they are currently taking a short hiatus.