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Incubus singer Brandon Boyd said on a recent conference call that the band has no plans following the completion of the upcoming Honda Civic Tour. The road trip closes out the touring cycle for Incubus' 2011 album, If Not Now, When?, and Boyd said that the future after that is wide open: "We have no plans, to tell you the truth, at the moment. You know, for the first time since 1996, we are free agents again. We are without a record label. So what we're kind of doing is trying to get our bearings as to what we should do next. I have been tinkering around potentially with a second solo record, but as far as Incubus right now, we'll probably take another break."
Incubus joins co-headliners Linkin Park on the trek in Mansfield, Massachusetts on August 14th, wrapping on September 10th in Chula Vista, California.
If Not Now, When? is Incubus' seventh album and completed its contract with Epic Records.
The band took a lengthy break before the release of that disc as well, which came out five years after 2006's Light Grenades.
Boyd issued his first solo album, The Wild Trapeze, in 2010.