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@SwollenMembers Added To Paid Dues Independent Hip-Hop Festival
Posted by Steve Juon at Wednesday, January 30th, 2013 at 12:00PM :: Email this article :: Print this article



Swollen Members Added To Paid Dues Independent Hip-Hop Festival

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Swollen Members Added To Paid Dues Independent Hip-Hop Festival 2013 With Macklemore, Tech N9ne & Hopsin; New Audio For "BAX WAR" Released From "Beautiful Death Machine"

Swollen Members have been added to the Paid Dues Independent Hip-Hop Festival 2013 on Saturday, March 30, 2013 at the NOS Events Center in San Bernardino, CA. The Vancouver based trio joins an already stellar line-up that includes headliners

Black Hippy, Macklemore, along with Talib Kweli, Tech N9ne, Scarface, Immortal Technique, Hopsin, Joey Badass, Vinnie Paz & Ill Bill, and many others.

"I can't express how excited we are to be able to re-connect with our amazing fans south of the border, and what better place to kick it off than at Paid Dues," said Prevail. "We are keeping great company with some of the legends of underground hip-hop at Paid Dues. We look forward to hitting the stage full throttle and leaving it all out there for the crowd in attendance."

Swollen Members will be touring in support of their upcoming new album "Beautiful Death Machine", which is slated for a March 19th release via Suburban Noize/Battle Axe Records. In anticipation of the group's new album, Swollen Members have released a new audio teaser for the song "BAX WAR" online at http://bit.ly/1468GqJ .

To create their latest opus, "Beautiful Death Machine", Swollen Members regrouped with a revitalized energy and a vision to record an album that strengthens the group's musical legacy. Armed with their signature brand of dark, sinister, spellbinding hip-hop, Swollen Members emerged with an album that is aggressive, confident and commands listeners attention with its in-your-face attitude. On "Beautiful Death Machine", Madchild and Prevail have returned to the expressive, emotional, poetic and clever lyrical style that has earned them legions of fans, while Rob The Viking provides a dark backdrop of sick macabre beats.

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