Black Water Rising Send a Big Middle Finger With ‘Show No Mercy’ (SONG PREMIERE)
Band: Black Water Rising
From: Brooklyn, N.Y.
Song: "Show No Mercy"
Album name: TBA
RIYL: '90s-era Corrosion of Conformity, Kyuss, Texas Hippie Coalition
About the song:
"It's is a song of empowerment about not letting anyone or anything keep you from achieving your goals in life. Basically a big middle finger to those who doubt what can be accomplished through sheer will and determination."
-Black Water Rising drummer Mike Meselsohn
Hailing from Brooklyn, Black Water Rising will be returning with the follow up to their critically acclaimed self-titled debut. The yet to be titled sophomore effort due out this July. "The recipe is the same as the first. I didn't deviate from what I believe Black Water Rising music to be, I didn't set out to grow or mature says frontman Rob Traynor. He continues, "I feel this new album is not much of a departure from the first, and I believe that's a good thing. Besides, I don't think fans would want it any other way. We're still the same band, with the addition of a killer new guitarist, Dennis Kimak who joined us after the departure of our original guitarist Johnny."