As a follow-up its recently released fourth Epic album "Morning View," Incubus will on Dec. 11 release its first DVD/VHS home video collection, "When Incubus Attacks Vol. 2." The DVD sports all seven

As a follow-up its recently released fourth Epic album "Morning View," Incubus will on Dec. 11 release its first DVD/VHS home video collection, "When Incubus Attacks Vol. 2." The DVD sports all seven of the group's music videos (two of which have not yet been released) alongside 20 live performances and assorted footage of the group on tour and recording "Morning View."

While the VHS edition only features a 60-minute live performance from the band's stint on the Sno-Core tour in 1999, the two-and-a-half hour DVD is loaded with extra content such as a performance of "Pardon Me" from the Fox series "Mad TV," four acoustic songs from an Internet broadcast, "making of" featurettes and storyboards for the "Drive" and "Stellar" videos, plus two hidden features.

"Morning View" debuted at No. 2 on The Billboard 200 earlier this month. First single "Wish You Were Here" peaked at No. 4 on Billboard's Mainstream Rock Tracks chart in October, and is currently at No. 66 on The Billboard Hot 100.

Incubus plays La Jolla, Calif., tonight (Nov. 27) and wraps its North American dates Sunday in Los Angeles. A European trek begins Jan. 14 in Wolverhampton, England, and concludes Feb. 12 in Lisbon, Portugal.