WITHOUT MERCY To Release Full-Length Debut

Hot on the heels of the "All Else Fails" EP, Vancouver's female-fronted death metal ensemble WITHOUT MERCY is back to deliver its debut self-titled album. The quartet — comprised of DJ Temple (guitar,) Alxs Ness (vocals), Dallas Lacey (bass) and Matt Helie (drums) — recorded the CD at The Factory Studios (MARILYN MANSON, MUDVAYNE, DEVIN TOWNSEND) in Vancouver.

"As a follow-up to our EP, we not only pushed ourselves to new levels musically, but also focused on capturing the same kind of intensity that we throw down at live shows," says vocalist Alxs Ness.

Fans of PANTERA, SLAYER and ARCH ENEMY will instantly be connected to the infectious sound created on this opus, which will be supported by extensive touring throughout 2009/2010.

"Without Mercy" track listing:

01. Death Remains
02. Through the Haze
03. Slit
04. Chasm
05. CMDUC
06. Succumb
07. Pattern
08. All Else Fails

All album artwork was designed by world-renowned artist Bruno Daniel.

"Without Mercy" is scheduled for release on October 17 via Ground Zero Records.

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