Scene Point Blank is pleased to host a stream of Trust No One, the second full-length from Chicago punks The Mons.
The band rips, rages and waxes philosophic on songs with titles such as “Trust No One,” “Waste Of Time,” “The Man,” “God Hates The Mons,” and “Party Down.” Over 15 angry songs in 20 minutes, the album shows a strong SoCal hardcore influence with underlying subtleties that span genres. The familiar faces of the band include former members of Apocalypse Hoboken, The Arrivals, The Mashers, and Lynyrd’s Innards.
Photo by Patrick Houdeck
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