INCURA: New Video Interview Posted Online

Jennica of Overmined recently conducted an interview with Canadian theatrical rockers INCURA. You can now watch the chat below.

INCURA's self-titled full-length debut album is due out in North America on February 26 via Coalition Music and Warner Music Canada.

INCURA is currently on a headlining tour of Canada. The band is also scheduled to make its first-ever appearance at this year's Canadian Music Fest in Toronto in March.

With influences ranging from MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE to COHEED AND CAMBRIA to QUEEN and an exotic name to boot, INCURA embodies an incredibly unique array of musical styles — from metal to prog rock with elements of Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Phantom Of The Opera" thrown in for good measure (lead singer Kyle Gruninger has his roots in professional theater). Creating its moniker by combining the name of a previous band with that of a spell from the Final Fantasy games, INCURA was formed in a small Canadian city in the Prairies a few years ago and has already toured with the likes of STONE TEMPLE PILOTS, SHINEDOWN and APOCALYPTICA. Their sound is compelling, featuring epic arrangements, powerful crescendos and pristine musicianship.

INCURA's "Who You Are" video can be seen below. The clip features a dark, tantalizing vibe to accompany the compelling, sweeping song that is "Who You Are".

INCURA is Kyle Gruninger (vocals), Jim McLaren (keys), Jono Olson (bass), Royce Whittaker (guitar) and Phil Gardner (drums).


"Who You Are" video:


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