No Resolve are giving fans a visual to go along with their standout track "Love Me to Death" by exclusively premiering the song's video right here at Loudwire.

The clip finds the band playing inside a dimly lit warehouse, as singer Oscar Pegorraro finds himself strapped to a chair. A scantily clad woman seductively circles the singer, but is she waiting to pounce for gratification or something a little more sinister?

As for the song itself, mid-tempo verses start building in intensity leading into a more driving chorus as Pegorraro belts about a tortured relationship. "When we make love its torture / Rip my heart from my chest / Just when I think it's over / You love, love me to death," sings the vocalist.

"Love Me to Death" is featured on No Resolve's first full length album, Unity. The album, which has also yielded the single and video for "The Pusher," debuted at No. 45 on the iTunes Rock Chart and No. 10 on the Billboard Heatseekers Chart. If you like what you hear, you can order Unity at iTunes.

After a show tomorrow (July 11) at the Crofoot in Pontiac, Mich., the band takes a breather before ramping up again with dates in August. See all of their stops here, and keep up with the band via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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