From 1982-1988, Ashton, Maryland’s No Trend created some uniquely anti-establishment music, incorporating elements of punk, avant-garde, metal, and country into a sound (or perhaps cacophony) that was unmistakably their own.
Jeff Mentges, one of the band’s founders, seemingly despised the clique that hardcore had become. Jack Anderson (bass) admits that they “did not play hardcore music, but did play hardcore shows. We also taunted punk rockers who were essentially conformists within their own scene.”
The band had a virtual revolving door line-up, which…
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