Detroit area rockers No Resolve release third single “What You Deserve,” from their successful debut full-length album Unity.

After having spent six years building an avid local fanbase, No Resolve dropped Unity in early 2017, an album which helped propel the band to a national audience. They have just released their third straight Bryson Roatch (brother of Jacoby Shaddix from Papa Roach) directed video for their newly released single “What You Deserve.”

The video starts off with what appears to be the kidnapping of a young female by a masked man who ties her up and hauls her away in the back of his van. He drags her down into a dingy basement where she finds an array of familiar people, all of whom have a TV with them flashing words of how they’ve been wronged. Words such as “deceit,” “drugs,” “alcohol,” and “cheater” flash across the screen, putting her on notice. This is not a kidnapping after all but an intervention.

“The concept of ‘What You Deserve’ is about karma. We wanted to address this issue we see in the world when people take advantage of others. In the end, you’re responsible for your own actions. You get what you deserve,” mentioned No Resolve vocalist Oscar Pegorraro in an interview with Loudwire.

If you like what you hear, head over to iTunes and buy Unity, then check them out as they hit the road with Another Lost Year.

Blazing Into Spring Tour Dates:

4/13 – Crest Hill, IL – Bada Brew

4/14 – Janesville, WI – The Venue

4/17 – Omaha, NE – Shamrocks Pub & Grill

4/18 – Sioux Falls, SD – Bigs Bar

4/20 – Algona, IA – Lifers

4/21 – Keokuk, IA – L-Treyns Bar

4/22 – Pekin, IL – Twisted Spoke Saloon

4/25 – Joplin, MO – Guitars Rock N Country Bar

4/27 – South Bend, IN – Cheers Pub

4/28 – Chesterfield, MI – Diesel Concert Lounge

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Erik's interest in music began at an early age. In high school, he was the co-host of the underground metal show the Social Mutilation Hour, on 89.5 WAHS, under the name of Neurotik Erik. During this period of his life, he independently promoted shows under the name of Ding Dong Ditch Productions. Erik would rent out local VFW Halls, use space at Oakland Community College Auburn Hills Campus, or simply throw basement parties around the Detroit area. While at college at Ferris State University, he became head of the student run organization, Entertainment Unlimited, and continued to promote shows, but on a larger scale. He also helped start an underground magazine, 'Outpunk', where he interviewed bands and wrote music reviews. Additionally, Erik joined the staff at the Ferris State University Torch and wrote on a larger scale.

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