QUBE's 'Incubate' To Receive European Release In January

Polish progressive metal/rock outfit QUBE has signed a deal with Electrum Production for the European release of its second album, "Incubate". The CD was recorded early this year in Mantis Studio and was released in Poland in the second part of 2010. The album received very positive feedback and the band decided to present its music to wider audience. Thanks to Twilight Vertrieb distribution, "Incubate" will be released Europe-wide on January 21, 2011.

Originating from Lublin, this five-piece mixes progressive and technical elements with hardcore, energetic nu-metal, psychodelic artrock atmosphere, complex shapes and sometimes even funk.

"Incubate" track listing:

01. Nothing
02. Mantis
03. Obsession
04. In The Name Of God
05. Blame
06. Way To Nowhere

"Nothing" audio stream:

QUBE is currently working on a video for the track "In The Name Of God". The band is also preparing for the spring "Incubate Tour" with VOTUM which will hit the nine biggest cities in Poland.


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