In the rise of generic hip hop. Where it is more about the party, money, cars, fashion and women. Five artist rise up and combined forces to battle humbly like the all mighty Voltron to say enough is enough. With a vision to bring back hip hop to a humble state of mind. These five artist (Odd Thomas, Foreknown, Citizen Aim, Theory Hazit & Propaganda) are not just coming with a vengeance but coming with humility. Not to speak on gain, but for the audience to gain wisdom of self community and respect for their fellow man, woman, and children. This is a group that is not here to separate the artist from the fan. But to build relationships and become someone that person can really look up to. Where the fan is no longer a fan but now a long life friend. Hip hop has always been about a community but we have lost focus in the popularity and made it about ourselves and not the people around us. Humble Beast is here to bring forth the vision of empowering the people to be a people of humility.

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Neck Deep

The Pop-Punk Silver Lining

"I would hope from all of this madness we will come out of it and we're better equipped to understand and have compassion for each other." Releasing a new album during an historical epoch is certainly unique, and, for Neck Deep's 'All Distortions are Intentional,' the band looks to the future with a hopeful – and, yes, unique – approach.

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Employed to Serve

Forward Under a Dying Sun

Most of these days, the sun rises and sets on a world that feels like it's dying. Across the pond, where Employed to Serve calls home, they're learning how to support their latest record a year into its release. HM contributor Andrew Voigt recently sat down with Justine Jones to learn more about the band, marrying your bandmates, and their outside shot at touring with Rammstein.

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Ever Eden

The Haunting Sound of Hope

"Ever Eden has been this perfect culmination of us realizing what our journey has been and how to aim that as a message for other people." After years of introspection and coming-of-age, Ever Eden has embraced their own struggles, as haunting as it may feel, to create a community that's turned out to be much larger than the band itself.

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