Ah, the post-grunge 90s: The days before indie/college rock sold millions of records, when every band had a Big Muff, and did whammy-bar dive bombs and pick scrapes on almost every song. That was a heyday of Toadies and Helmet; two guitar-driven bands who received moderate mainstream success and large followings through the middle and later parts of that fine decade. Both bands barely lasted into the next, calling it quits by 2001. But that year itself is now well into the rear-view and both groups are back with new albums, tours, and in one case new members. They are playing the Troc this Wednesday, and we’d like you to go … you know, if you’re into that. To enter to win, email ihopeiwin[at]philebrity[dot]com with “POSSUM KINGDOM” in the subject header. You’ll automatically be subscribed to the forthcoming new Philebrity Reader weekly newsletter and win chances for other exclusive free stuff.