Swollen Members Set Release
"We're very excited to announce we've signed with Suburban Noize Records for the release of our new album and upcoming projects," said Mad Child from Swollen Members in a statement. "When we decided to make calls to interested labels and shop our new material, Suburban Noize was the first and last call I had to make. After talking with them, I knew right away they were the best home for us because they were already fans of our music. We respect what the label has done for artists like La Coka Nostra and Kottonmouth Kings and we know that they will do everything that they can to push Swollen Members on a global level."
Swollen Members have been clawing their way to the top of the hip-hop totem pole since their inception. Founded by two of the game's best MCs, Mad Child and Prevail, along with the help of DJ Rob The Viking, the group has released an impressive back catalog of classic albums and collaborated with some of hip-hop's biggest names, including Chali 2na (Jurassic 5), Dilated Peoples and Everlast. Meanwhile the group has rocked stages from Los Angeles to Japan performing hundreds of shows a year in front of massive audiences with underground legends like Tech N9ne to mainstream chart toppers like Nelly Furtado, Ghostface and Black Eyed Peas.
With the release of their new studio effort "Armed To The Teeth" and the upcoming Battle Axe Warriors album, Swollen Members are ready to let the industry and fans know they are no longer the world's best kept secret, but some of the most lethal MCs in the game. "Armed To The Teeth" is a snapshot of the trials and tribulations the group endured during the past two years, including Mad Child's battle with drug addiction, the collapse of their former record label and the legal troubles that plagued the group throughout the recording process.
Track listing and Credits for Swollen Member's "Armed To The Teeth":
1.) Reclaim The Throne
2.) Porn Star
4.) Red Dragon
5.) Bollywood Chick
7.) My Life
8.) Bang Bang
9.) Here We Come
11.) Certified Dope
12.) Funeral March
14.) Lonely One
15.) Cross Fire f/Talib Kweli
17.) Dumb f/Everlast and Slaine of La Coka Nostra
18.) Real P.I. f/Glasses Malone
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