ERRA’s sixth album, CURE, strengthens and deepens the forward-thinking progressive metalcore they built their reputation on. It’s an album full of atmospheric ecstasy and moody groove on the heels of their stunning 2021 self-titled set. CURE charts an ambitious course for ERRA’s next era.

Fueled by creative muses akin to Tool, Deftones, and Gojira, ERRA’s body of work stands beside the best of the genre, with celebrated songs beloved by fans of contemporaries like Sleep Token and Spiritbox. A mathematic pummel akin to Meshuggah remains, but ERRA is decidedly in its own lane.

ERRA regularly appears on tastemaker playlists like Kickass Metal on Spotify. While several heavy bands are known to mine the rich potential of the juxtaposition between screaming and singing, the ever-opinionated Metal Sucks pointed out that "...perhaps no band is doing this better than ERRA." Alternative Nation chose ERRA to represent Alabama in a list of The Best Metal Bands in Each State.

Titanic riffs and enchanting melodies litter the cerebral, immersive soundscapes powering each of their progressive metal albums. They’ve toured extensively, with bands including Bad Omens, TesseracT, Ice Nine Kills, Dance Gavin Dance, August Burns Red, and Northlane.

A pair of self-released EPs lead to a label deal for their debut album, 2011’s Impulse. ERRA’s sophomore set, Augment, was No. 1 on Billboard’s Heatseekers Albums chart in 2013. Drift gave ERRA another Heatseekers No. 1 in 2016. The streak continued with Neon in 2018. ERRA (2021) garnered praise from critics and fans. CURE remains anchored in the progressive and technical style ERRA helped shape. It boasts a brilliant combination of creative energy and expansive accessibility. 

ERRA is part mild-altering substance, part meditation, reveling in each musical moment of exultation. As a band of brothers and a creative force, ERRA strives to live in alignment with the present moment. As their music finds the balance between the crushingly heavy and the headily melodic, its members seek to find harmony between the needs of the individual and the natural flow of this shared reality.


8/10 [cure] review from Wall Of Sound | “CURE takes a stand and showcases why ERRA are an unparalleled staple in the progressive metal genre, continuously amping up their game with explorative curiosity and sheer talent. This is not the end, but the dawn of a new ERRA.”  – link here

Review from HiFi Way | “Cure? More like the cause of my sore neck and ringing ears.” – link here

Interview aired on triple j’s The Racket (April 3) – link here


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