Uncured started touring in 2017 and has performed over 200 shows in 14 countries with top acts such as All That Remains, Cradle of Filth, Soulfly, Children of Bodom, Devildriver, White Chapel, Dying Fetus, Katatonia, and Jamey Jasta (Hatebreed).
In early 2020 Uncured completed a tour of South America as direct support to Lacuna Coil. Uncured is scheduled to tour the US, Europe, Asia and Russia in 2021, and is confirmed to play with Judas Priest on September 11, 2021 in Orlando, FL,
Uncured released its second full-length album Epidemic on April 19, 2019. Epidemic was also met with massive critical success. MetalSucks described the album’s first single “Choke” as “an assemblage of chunky caveman breakdowns that dance around the band’s signature groovy riffs and hook-fueled solos, offering excitement and a never-ending propulsion of madness.” Uncured created a play-through of its single “Conquistador” exclusively for Guitar World, who referred to the song as a “technically dazzling track.” Finally, MetalSucks called the single “Death Valley” an “absolute slayer of a tune, an unfuckwithable amalgamation of prog, power, groove, and death metal.”
Uncured is expected to release its new EP Uncovered in early 2020, including covers of songs by Pantera, Sepultura, The Beastie Boys, and America. Uncured's cover of Slayer's 2001 classic "Disciple" was named 2019's Cover of the Year by Sirius XM Liquid Metal.
Uncured has gained a reputation among fans and critics for its aggressive, technical, yet highly diverse, live performances. Metal Injection reported that "Uncured sounds a bit like old school Dream Theater with some modern tricks thrown in, such as full-on breakdowns and smoking guitar acrobatics. This band is comprised of extremely talented and promising young musicians.”
Metal Assault Magazine reported that "the talent in musical composition and song arrangement was vastly evident right from the outset, and it never ceased to engage and compel. Uncured’s roots are firmly planted in prog, but also in Scandinavian death metal, and the manner in which they moved from crushing heavy grooves to break into smooth, sexy interludes was beyond exemplary.” Shutter 16 Magazine simply stated: "just wow, the raw talent of such a young fronted band is outstanding. Formed, written, and lead by two teenagers, is truly insane." The magazine continued that Uncured has "the sound of old school metal with an influx of modern solos and rhythms, while vocally pulling from a death metal side of things. The solos were the contrast to their music, very progressive sounding and very technical, whereas their song structure was brutal and heavy."
Critics have commented on the diversity of Uncured's sound. CrypticRock reports that Uncured "matches speedy, technical guitar riffs with blistering drumming--but the true highlight of Uncured's live set is the ability to slow it down at the drop of a dime, mixing in darker, compelling storylines amidst all the chaos." Metal Nexus says, "It has been a long time since I have been this utterly impressed by a new band. And how often do you see two vocalists unleashing harsh vocals with intense yet melodic riffs? The young lads with their youthful energy, technical prowess, and blistering speed set the stage on fire."
Uncured released its 4-song instrumental EP Spontaneous Generation in 2016. Max Portnoy (son of Dream Theater drumming legend Mike Portnoy) played drums on the EP.
For more information, contact Mitch Cox, Uncured Manager, by email at email@example.com