For the past 20 years, Smash Mouth have charmed audiences with their friendly demeanor and pop-rock stylings. And with a pending autobiography, an albums worth of new material and an upcoming slot on Under The Sun 2014, they show no signs of slowing down.
Hellyeah are back with 'Blood for Blood,' their heaviest album to date. They shed some members, but upped the metal ante. This is the album they were always meant to make. As Vinnie Paul says, “it's the best Hellyeah record.”
There is nothing that can stop Lil Wyte. In the last two years, the Memphis rapper has dropped more independent albums than mother nature has dropped snow on the east coast, and as his latest project indicates, there are 'No Sick Days' in the game.