Hailing from Colorado, this alternative metal band dedicated itself to writing interesting and thought-provoking music. Starting as a 3 piece in 2004, the group worked on its craft for a year before searching for a vocalist and playing shows.
After going through several failed auditions, the band stumbled upon Jeremy online and during the first song of his audition, it was easy for all to see that he was a perfect match. Jeremy brought menacing, honest, and intelligent lyrics to the table and was equally strong at melody and brutality.
Soon after, the band released their "Scars Resurfaced" 4-song LP. With the bass duty help of friend Nick Cirullo, (un)SAID hit the Denver/Colorado Springs bar scene hard and the band's confidence, musicianship, and stage performances continued to improve.
Since relocating to Florida in October 2005, the band has been through mulitple member changes. In September '07 (un)SAID saw the return of Nick to the lineup as he made the move from Colorado to Orlando to become a permanent member in the group. (un)SAID completed the team by acquiring local veterans Don Cadman (Holotype) on drums and Josh Gorsch (3rd Limb, Nilmorta) as a second guitarist. With the current lineup (un)SAID now continues to be a proven unified force as they have now become one of Orlando’s top drawing metal bands.
In the past year the band has seen growth in their fanbase due to the release of their debut self-financed, self-produced album “The Initial Transition”, which have been sold at shows as well as MP3’s on several online stores. The band has also picked up sponsorships from Dickies, Dirty Girl Threads, and Silent Fright Designs.
In March of 2009, (un)SAID won WJRR's Best Band in Central Florida Contest among hundreds of other locals bands. The band headlined the 2nd stage at WJRR's Earthday Birthday16 in April 2009 and had the opportunity to play in front of a large new audience.
Hoping to gain national exposure and add to their growing fanbase, (un)SAID's goal is to write the best music possible and to maintain integrity by following their own artistic vision.