After the breakup of seminal straight edge hardcore band Youth Of Today, frontman Ray Cappo went and formed Shelter. Cappo had recently become a Krishna devotee and so Shelter became a project where spirituality and philosophy was at the forefront. The band had constantly revolving door of members, but Ray Of Today was always on the mic. They released nine LPs and a number of EPs from labels like Revelation, Equal Vision, Roadrunner, and Cappo's own Supersoul Recordings. Their sophomore LP was 1992's Quest For Certainty, it featured Vic DiCara of Inside Out, 108, and Beyond and Ray's sidekick Porcell of Judge, YOT, and Project X on guitars. Shelter still plays to this day, albeit sporadically. This original Shelter shirt, heavily faded and worn in with paint marks, is from their 1992 LP Quest For Certainty.