No Men

photo by Michael Salisbury / words by Sam Glaser

Heavy bands don’t have to maintain their heavy personality offstage, and you’ll often find the most pleasant people behind the most intense music. Chicago band No Men’s music certainly conjures images of hardened rockers – a van pulling up, passengers looking like they were born in black eyeliner and weathered leather, speaking in short sentences, rolling their eyes at the ordinary world’s lack of terror. Gear battered, cables shorting out, they burst eardrums, return to their rust bucket and drive back into the night.

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