Depending upon what circles you travel in, rap metal tends to get a lot of flack. Often opined as unmelodic, unimaginative, nonsensical and angst ridden by the general public, Salt Lake City’s Andrew W. Boss is here to change that view of the genre.
Weaned on a musical diet of Metallica, Korn, Tupac, Beastie Boys, Mudvayne and the like, Boss began to enjoy bands and musicians that were different and special, willing to experiment outside of mainstream artists and sounds. Boss first got the musician bug when he went to his brother’s concert in downtown Salt Lake City. He was 10 years old and tiny and the band had him wear a shirt that said “Head of Security.”
Andrew began recording in 2003, trading studio time for weed, and has completed half a dozen albums to date, both solo projects a...Read More