MP3 uncuT - Quarter-Life Crisis
The new uncuT disc is a second helping of tight harmony, infectious melody, and pounding energy with a new edge and mature song-writing. Significant without being self-important, QLC reminds you of when you could be serious without being depressed.
8 MP3 Songs
ROCK: Modern Rock, ROCK: Punk
Formed of friends in 1998 in the University of Nevada dorms, uncuT is a fraternity like no other. Six years old and growing stronger every day, the roster of the band is drawn from a concrete core of friendship, loyalty, and the strength to push ahead. Our active members are the living soul of uncuT -- touring, writing, recording, promoting, and performing across the country with all their hearts. Our distinguished alumni members provide uncuT''s vital foundation and proud history; a history that includes the Vans Warped Tour, a recording contract with Avarice Entertainment (2001-02), hundreds of shows, numerous tours, two full-length albums, and hordes of loyal supporters across the globe.
From it''s native Reno, NV to it''s 2003 Chico, CA relocation, and across the West in support of it''s second CD ("Quarter-Life Crisis"), uncuT lives and breathes with a dream that will not die and songs that stay with you long after your hangover fades. The band has proudly shared the stage with Story of the Year, Tiger Army, Madcap, The Line, Pepper, Last Target, One Man Army, and more. Above all, uncuT is proud to have performed with and count among their friends regional giants Mnemonic, Indecisive Youth, Dump Your Boyfriends, Red With Envy, and the countless other independent artists that make their local scenes vibrant and valid.
Now all that remains is you. If you believe music can be serious without being depressing; if you like the idea of Harmonic Rock/Punk that dares to enjoy life and draws from our highly-varied influences; if raw emotional songcraft and pulsing onstage energy do it for you, we invite you to get to know our family - our dream - our life.
uncuT 2004, no better place than here, no better time than now... all hell can''t stop us.