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Incognito Theory unleash a music video for the brand new single »Blow It Up« taken from their upcoming album »The Brotherhood«

New Jersey-based hard rockers Incognito Theory have just unleashed a music video for the brand new single »Blow It Up« taken from their upcoming album, »The Brotherhood«, set to release on April 20th, 2022 via Ragebreed Records.

Incognito Theory have also announced that their original bassist, Jay Brachman is back in the band.

Says the band: “Exclusive!! »Blow It Up« the brand new single out now on Ragebreed Records Global International! Also look for our 4 page feature in Ragebreed Magazine issue #2! So stay tuned!”

Courtesy of Ragebreed Records:

New Jersey’s own Incognito Theory was formed in 2009 by lead singer lyricist and founder Dave Incognito. Incognito Theory have set the bar high to bring their unique blend of crossover hard rock southern groove metal.

Fast-forwarding and moving forward, with the help of producer, Steve Zing bassist of Danzig, drummer of Samhain has produced the new album.

In addition, Symphony X, Ross The Boss, Mike LePond’s Silent Assassins bassist, and good friend Mike LePond has appeared on the album.

Drummer and backing vocalist John Mosco appear on the album who is also lead vocalist and founder of Sixty Miles Down.

Photo by Marc Petrick

Dave Crum lead guitarist of Sixty Miles Down lending his session services. The new permanent guitarist is Steve Bloodgood who is now playing guitar for the band.

The band of brothers Incognito Theory dare to be different. To bring you up to date with their newest and darkest release.

Incognito Theory is:
Dave Incognito – Vocals
Steve Bloodgood – Lead Guitars
Jay Brachman – Bass
John Mosco – Drums, Backing Vocals

FFO: Black Label Society, Pantera, Alice In Chains, Black Sabbath

Bojan Bidovc // music enthusiast, promoter, misanthrop and sometimes a journalist as well

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