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MERCY TIES – “Analysis of a Smile” video

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Glory Kid label has launched preorders for this new record from MERCY TIES. Limited vinyl color variants and a limited shirt design are available. This first pressing is limited to 500 pieces, 100 in which are on a Transparent Red vinyl. Grab it here and watch the band’s new music video below.

The cover of the new Mercy Ties record is a lie. It shows the solemn aftermath of the Mount St. Helens eruption, the placid, soot-strewn roads and abandoned vehicles. It does nothing to prepare you for the savage, incendiary assault of Proper Corruption.


Recorded with Scott Evans (Kowloon Walled City, Puig Destroyer, Thou) and mastered by Brad Boatright of Audiosiege (Nails, Yob, Old Man Gloom) the punk fuckedness of the Seattle band’s debut EP, A Dim Lit Place, has been sharpened and grown more ugly. Now as a five-piece, they’ve channeled the venom of their live shows into these ten tracks.

In a little over 20 minutes the band uses d-beat, grindcore, sludge and vertigo-inducing mathrock to create something oppressive and relentless with only moments of relief, brief passages of unnerving quiet before another convulsion.

– Shane Mehling, Decibel Magazine

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