From: CA, United States
Genre: Metal, Metal Core, American Metal
Hailing from Pacifica, CA - Something Left Unsaid is a band obsessed. In a short space of time, they’ve put their home city firmly on the map, with an uncompromising attitude and sheer hunger to spread their sound. Whether you want to call it metalcore, hardcore, grindcore or whatevercore - SLU's music conveys hope in a world gone insane. Their music is their passion, and that passion is beautiful brutality.
Formed in March 2010, founding members guitarist Pat Peterson, drummer Rich Perez and vocalist Brendan hit the ground running. The process from band-in-formation to band-on-the-road was brief by the usual standards. Whilst their full-on, driving riffs, blended with melodic vocals make it difficult to categorize this particular outfit, the band cites among its influences: Lamb of God, Killswitch Engage, Trivium, Scar Symmetry, All That Remains.
By October 2010, SLU had already laid down their debut demo EP "In Memories of Blood". After playing at every local venue that would have them, and every show they could book, the band was spotted by Dave Pertil-DJ for KSJS, Santa Jose State University College radio- who labeled them as “The band to watch”. That same month, they completed their first tour, including performances at the world famous Whiskey in LA as part of Metal Sanez Showcase, The Key Club with Lynch Mob, and later to Fresno where they played with local legends Forbidden.
At once ruthless and relentless in promotion, Something Left Unsaid has gained a reputation as the hardest working band in the Bay Area. With their second release in 2011, "Deconstructionism" continued SLU's reputation as keeping it metal. 2012 brought a reformation of the band, taking on new writing compositions. Now, 2013 started off with the release of Slumber (the ballad of Edward Bernays) and a small stint across Ca. SLU has taken one step closer to world domination. Pay attention. Something Left Unsaid is here.