Reissue of No Mercy’s “Widespread Bloodshed / Love Runs Red” due next month

Suicidal Tendencies announced on their Facebook page that a remaster of Widespread Bloodshed / Love Runs Red ― the long-out of print 1987 album by No Mercy, which featured vocalist Mike Muir and former Suicidal guitarist Mike Clark ― will be released on October 28th on CD for the first time ever. It will also be available on vinyl and picture disc. About the reissue, Suicidal Tendencies wrote:

“NO MERCY “WIDESPREAD BLOODSHED…LOVE RUNS RED” Coming October 28th! Celebrate Mike Clark’s birthday with this long out of print classic. Originally released in 1987, on vinyl and cassette, this Suicidal Records Thrash/Speed/ Cyco LP has been out of print around 26 years. Remastered from the original 1/2 tapes. Available for first time ever on CD and Picture Disc, as well as vinyl. More exciting info coming soon!”

No Mercy lasted for only one album, a few demos and appeared on the classic 1985 split record Welcome to Venice, which featured Suicidal Tendencies, Excel, Beowülf and Los Cycos. The band broke up while working on a second album, which became Suicidal Tendencies’ 1988 album How Will I Laugh Tomorrow When I Can’t Even Smile Today. Guitarist Mike Clark reformed No Mercy a year ago under the name Waking the Dead.

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