Sister project towards the far better known Suicidal Tendencies, this Venice, California thrash/steel music group was formed in 1982 by guitarist Mike Clark. The music group played a likewise heavy, fast cross types of punk and steel as much of its peers in the Venice hardcore picture. Clark was became a member of by drummer Sal Troy, vocalist Keven Guercio, and bassist Ken Blakley. Blakley is at the band for under a full calendar year before he was changed by graphic musician Ric “Rancid” Clayton. After Guercio caused the band, performing on the few demos and compilation monitors, he transferred to Wyoming in 1985 and was changed by vocalist Mike Muir, who was simply already energetic as the tone of voice of Suicidal Tendencies. Their initial in support of full-length album, Popular Bloodshed…Love Works Red, premiered in 1987 on Suicidal Reports. Another album’s worthy of of materials was prepared to end up being documented when Clayton and Troy give up the band, eventually resulting in its end as Clark became a member of Suicidal Tendencies no Mercy was shelved. Clark had taken a solid songwriting function in Suicidal Tendencies, and several songs either designed to end up being No Mercy music or those released on Popular Bloodshed had been appropriated on potential Suicidal Tendencies albums. The music group was reactivated in 2000 as No Mercy Fool with brand-new members signing up for Muir and Clark in the documenting of various music for compilation produces.