420 MONKS Demo Details, Upcoming Shows Announced

March 2, 2002

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 shortly begin shopping a four-song demo culled from the band's ongoing album recordings to interested labels with a view toward securing a record contract and releasing the full-length CD later in the year. The four cuts set to appear on the demo are as follows:

01. Ill Dreamz
02. This World
03. Misdirection
04. Visions

In the meantime, you can catch 420 MONKS performing live at the following venues:

Mar. 02 – Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade
Mar. 08 – Rome, GA @ Riverstation
Mar. 29 - Greenville, SC @ Sub-Zero
Mar. 30 – North Myrtle, SC @ McKatz
Apr. 13 – Jonesboro, GA @ Breakers

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