Within the walls of a dark, hollow abandoned factory located deep in a western suburb of Cleveland, Ohio,
three men ascend a stairwell. Chris Carmichael, James Young, and Mark Shivey have traveled this path before.
It’s the escape route. It’s the place where, if you listen closely, you can hear them; years of memories, moments
trapped in time, all looking for their own....escape route. This is where the Shadow Saints call home.
Just as Joy Division/New Order called the Factory and gloomy streets of Manchester home, or Bauhaus eerily
moved through the walls of an empty castle. Just as Depeche Mode did while pounding on the broken framework
of a rusted machine, or Front 242 as they were educating the world about the tyranny of the beat. The Shadow
Saints make their way through a city of shadows and long abandoned factories. They take this inspiration, from
the heart and mind of the dark side of classic alternative music, and fuse it with the energy and emotion of modern
With more than fifteen years in the industry, they have the experience, the drive, and the ability to translate
their haunted past and transform their inspiration into their own unique sound. With an ear for that tyranny of
the beat, hidden within the walls of some dark factory or haunted castle, you can find that sound; a renegade
memory, lost....looking for an escape route.