For 21 years, Inkubus Sukkubus have been weaving their magick for music fans across the world. So, what does the future hold for this passionately unique and diverse band… When three students got together at a Gloucestershire college in 1989, they did so for a shared interest in alternative music, earth mysteries and occultism. Twenty-one years on, and Inkubus Sukkubus have released 13 albums and played over most of the world. The band has a very unique and interesting sound that is mystical, exciting, beautiful and erotic. Inkubus Sukkubus are very much part of the supernatural world, both the light and the dark. Almost the entire band’s vast lyrical library is based around mystical and occult themes. The uncompromising nature of the band’s lyrics has, over time, won them a large international audience, but at the same time has put a ceiling on their success. But this is how the band wanted it and it is why they signed to a small independent record label; complete artistic freedom is very important to Inkubus Sukkubus. This is not to say that the band have not had any mainstream attention; they have appeared on BBC Radio 1, Channel 4 TV, BBC World Service Radio and have reached number 40 in the US download charts, but in general terms Inkubus Sukkubus are very much an underground phenomenon, hidden from the everyday world. Throughout 2011 Inkubus Sukkubus will be concentrating on extensive touring. This year will also see the re-release of the bands earlier album, ‘Belladonna & aconite’ with new artwork & remastered / rerecorded tracks.