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The Mons Release Full Stream Of ‘Trust No One’ Album

The Mons Trust No OneHardcore punk band The Mons have released a full stream of their new album, Trust No One, that is due for release this Friday via Triple Eye Industries. Trust No One is available for pre-order on black, and a very limited edition orange with black spatter, vinyl as well as digitally. Trust No One can be streamed in full via Scene Point Blank here

The Punk Site review of Trust No One can be read here

You can pre-order Trust No One via Bandcamp here

The Mons Trust No One

The Mons

Trust No One

Triple Eye Industries
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Rating: 3/5

 
 

 

 
Chicago has always been a city that has been at the forefront of the American punk rock scene, and the five members of The Mons have been there for the better part of it. The Mons are comprised of ex-members of bands such as Apocalypse Hoboken, The Arrivals, The Mashers and Lynyrd’s Innards, and they are now set to release their sophomore album, Trust No One, that follows on from their 2015 debut album In The Original It’s Red, on the 20th October via Triple Eye Industries.
 
Trust No One melds Dead Kennedys intensity with Black Flag‘s attack and Adolescents drive to create a hybrid that has a distinctly old school feel, almost every track flashes past in an instant before the next one kicks in at full throttle. The lead single Alarm Clock captures the spirit of early 80’s hardcore perfectly and my other personal highlights from Trust No One include the tracks Silent Majority and Party Down, these are sandwiched between the constant barrage of short hardcore blasts and intense old school punk riffs that populate the fifteen track album.
 
The Mons have released an album that manages the recreate the intensity of the early American hardcore scene, the album also embraces a few metallic and later punk rock influences along the way, and as you’d expect from that decription this album is a little on the short side as all fifteen tracks are done and dusted in just over twenty minutes. Trust No One is something of a throwback, had this album been released in the early eighties it would be hailed as a classic, but it’s 2017 and enjoyable as Trust No One is this is an album that brings nothing new to the party, but whilst it’s not an original release this is a fast, furious and intense album that briefly resurrects the ghost of punk’s past.
 
Trust No One can be pre-ordered on vinyl and digital formats via Triple Eye Industries here
 

The Mons Release Stream Of Title Track From ‘Trust No One’ LP

The Mons Trust No OneHardcore punk band The Mons are streaming, Trust No One, the title track from their upcoming album which will be released via Triple Eye Industries on October 20th 2017. The track is a short blast of old-school punk that is highly recommended for fans of The Circle Jerks, Black Flag and early COC

You can stream the title track from Trust No One via Svbbterranean here

Trust No One can be pre-ordered here

The Mons Stream ‘Alarm Clock’ From ‘Trust No One’ LP

The Mons Trust No OneHardcore punk band The Mons are streaming their new song Alarm Clock via Nine Circles. The track is a short blast of old-school punk that is highly recommended for fans of The Circle Jerks, Black Flag and early COC. Alarm Clock will appear on the band’s upcoming album, Trust No One, which will be released via Triple Eye Industries on October 20th 2017.

Trust No One can be pre-ordered on vinyl and digital formats via Triple Eye Industries here

You can stream Alarm Clock via Nine Circles here