Texas hardcore powerhouse SHADOW OF DOUBT has issued a new visual accompaniment to the title track to their No Mercy debut EP, which was recently released via WAR Records.
SHADOW OF DOUBT’s “No Mercy” video has been premiered through Decibel Magazine, who issues, “Where can you find riffs reminiscent of the legendary New York sound while also retaining a modern hardcore sound? Texas hardcore quintet SHADOW OF DOUBT are a good place to start. Combining metallic riffs, melodic guitar solos and pit-worthy breakdowns, their first EP No Mercy made them an up-and-coming hardcore band to watch.”
See SHADOW OF DOUBT’s “No Mercy” at Decibel RIGHT HERE.
SHADOW OF DOUBT is booking shows for the weeks ahead, set to perform at Hope For Shelter Fest in San Antonio on September 30th alongside Homewrecker, Sworn Vengeance, Die Young, Greg Bennick spoken word set, and many others, as well as a show in Corpus Christi on October 28th.
SHADOW OF DOUBT Live:
9/30/2017 The Korova – San Antonio, TX @ Hope For Shelter Fest
10/28/2017 Boozers – Corpus Christi, TX
No Mercy is out now through WAR Records as a four-song cassette, a ten-song CD which includes the band’s 2014 demo and the track “Deceive” which features Jose Gonzales from Mizery, and all digital platforms.
Featuring former members of Bitter End, Hardside, and more, SHADOW OF DOUBT combines their love for crossover, hardcore, punk, and metal, with powerful and memorable riffs reminiscent of the classic NYHC sound, resulting in the perfect soundtrack for this modern age of quarrel. No Mercy combines crushing riffs in the vein of Cro-Mags and Leeway while maintaining a modern sound reminiscent of Mizery, Take Offense, and Beautiful Ones. The four-song EP was recorded in November 2016 by Phillip Odom (Ivy League) at Bad Wolf Studios, and mastered by Brad Boatright at Audiosiege (Integrity, Power Trip, Nails).