Shadow Of Doubt "No Mercy"

Sounding like it's ripping and taring straight from a venue with a giant metal pole in the middle of it, surrounded by pitch black walls and overflown toilets, No Mercy brings the pain like many others have done before Shadow Of Doubt many moons ago. But it doesn't fall on deaf ears as the band crush consistently, dismantling the audio experience in ten quick songs that don't make it past thirty minutes. 

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