BAMF Spotlight: Something Left Unsaid

Every week, Wrecked will be highlighting 2-3 bands playing the upcoming Bay Area Metal Festival. Hold onto your pants, because you’re about to have your balls smashed in by Something Left Unsaid, a metalcore band from Pacifica, CA.

Something Left UnsaidFor fans of Lamb of God, Killswitch Engage, Trivium, Shadows Fall, God Forbid, etc.

Sometimes it seems like there’s a real lack of good shredding in metal today. Something Left Unsaid fills that void with hard-hitting, chunky rhythms, technical leads, and insane solos that will make babies cry (I can literally hear a baby crying right now as I listen to this band and write this spotlight). SLU comes out of Pacifica, starting out as two close friends collaborating tracks online and in just less than a year they solidified a lineup, released an EP, and are working on a full length entitled Deconstructionism. They are definitely a mosh-worthy band dedicated to the art of metal.

Official Bio: Welcome 2011, San Francisco’s SLU was unleashed onto the metal scene in September of 2010. Their first EP (Demo), In Memories Of Blood moved quickly through the Bay Area and catapulted SLU as a one of the “must see” bands.

SLU’s style appeals to metal fans across the board by blending heavy riffs with melodic harmonies and strong vocals. The band is currently recording their first full length, Deconstructionism set for release sometime this year.

Here’s a video of SLU shredding it up live:

Something Left Unsaid – “Burn the Sun”

Check out Something Left Unsaid on the following sites:

Official site

Facebook

Myspace

Twitter

BAMF 2011 will be kicking your face in on July 16. Tickets are $15 pre sale ($20 at the doors) and are sure to sell out quickly, so buy your tickets today!

-Sean
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About Sean Moore
Senior Editor, Photographer at Wrecked Reviews

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