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Inkubus Sukkubus

Inkubus Sukkubus were formed by Tony McKormack and Candia from the ashes of "Children of the Moon".
During the winter of 1990 the band entered the studio to record three tracks for a 12" single "Beltaine", " Midnight Oueen" and "Trinity" and in December 1991 Tommy Vance began to play the "Beltaine" EP on the Radio One Rock Show.
Inkubus Sukkubus began to play live dates in March 1992 at which point they compiled all of the Children of the Moon material onto a cassette album entitled "Beltaine". Soon they were being hailed as Britain's premiere Pagan band.
September 1992 saw the band return to the studio to record "Belladonna and Aconite" which was released on cassette on October 31st of that year. Their popularity continued to grow and though their material was only available through mail order, "Belladonna and Aconite" sold very well.
In February 1993 Nottingham based NIGHTBREED Records offered the band a deal. This was followed by a favourable review in Kerrang! magazine. which in turn prompted interest from Pagan Records. The band eventually declined the offer from NIGHTBREED. though the C.D. version of "Belladonna and Aconite" bears their label and catalogue number.
In June Incubus Succubus auditioned for Pagan Records. which resulted in contracts being signed in early July. Work began on a new album entitled "Wytches".

Inkubus Sukkubus can be seen headlining many pagan festivals in the UK and abroad

 

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