Multiple bands share this name including:
1) Cube was an 80s electronic dance/disco trio consisting of an English and two Italian members. They released the album "Can Can In The Garden" in 1983, which spawned several successful singles. The band consisted of:
Paul Griffiths (Lead vocals, guitar)
Rudy Trevisi (Keyboards, sax, percussions, backing vocals)(also a member of the Peter Jacques Band )
Serse May (Programmer synthesizers, keyboards, backing vocals)
2) Alternative/Heavy rock band from Athens, Greece. Cube was formed in late 2002. Based in Athens, Greece, the band came together in pursuit of a new sound. With common musical preferences ranging from metal to (the so called) alternative rock music and with an honest respect to any other style of music , Cube set a goal to try and compose a new hybrid of rock that would break the verse-chorus-verse mold but still be 'musical' rather than technical. Inspired by the scene of Seattle , the Southern rock music aesthetics and the post-Sabbath heritage Cube recently released their first recording.
3) a Japanese videogame composer collective. Members of the collective have included: Hiroaki Shibata, Hiroshi Iizuka, Isao Mizoguchi, Tomohiro Endo, Noriyuki Iwadare, Masanori Hikichi, Koji Hayama, Miyoko Kobayashi Akie Ooba, Chuji Nagaoka, Dougen Shibuya, Hiroo Tengenji, Hiroshi Fujioka, Hiroyuki Kouzu, Jun Tanaka, Junichi Yoshida, Junzo Yagami, Naoyuki Ito, Noboru Iwata, Yoshiaki Kubotera, Yoshifumi Iwata
4) Indie-rock 4-piece on Polydor UK circa 1998,
5) Oslo based artist
6) Japanese acoustic unit who later gained a drummer and changed their name to flumpool
7) Instrumental fusion math-rock three piece 'CUBE' from Dublin, Ireland (http://cube.bandcamp.com/).