Former STUCK MOJO Frontman Bounces Back With 420 MONKS
Atlanta's 420 MONKS, featuring former STUCK MOJO frontman Bonz, ex-CHUM (Puerto Rico) drummer Carlos Torres, ex-ERACISM bassist David Saunders, guitarist John B., and former PUBLIC ENEMY touring DJ DJ Lord, will begin work on a new full-length CD, which will include re-recorded versions of the six songs from the group's demo CD as well as several new ones. As-yet-untitled, the album will include the following cuts, among others:
01. Picture This
02. Top 20 Hites
03. Livin' X-Ample
At the time of this writing, it appears that no record deal has yet been secured by the group, but if all goes well, plans exist to issue the effort in the late summer. Meanwhile, you can catch 420 MONKS performing live at the following venues:
Feb. 01 - McGruff's - Dayton, OH
Feb. 02 Mcgettingans - Hunington, WV
Feb. 09 Riverstation - Rome, GA
Feb. 14 - Cotton Club - Atlanta, GA
Feb. 15 - Ziggy's - Winston-Salem, NC
Feb. 16 - Alleycat's - Richmond, VA
Check out the band's newly-launched official web site (run by the ever-capable Xack) at: www.420monks.com.
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