Sick Logic | Look At the Camera, Sweetheart

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Look At the Camera, Sweetheart

by Sick Logic

New album from Vancouver-based Frantic Hard Rock band for fans of Korn, Deftones, System of a Down
Genre: Metal/Punk: 90's Metal
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1. Bulletproof
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2:57 album only
2. Loose Ends
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1:52 album only
3. Smlxl
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3:42 album only
4. Day 3
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3:45 album only
5. Discipline
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3:12 album only
6. Look At the Camera, Sweetheart
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2:37 album only
7. Nobody Likes a Smart Alec
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3:03 album only
8. In for a Penny, in for a Pound
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2:54 album only
9. Sixes & Sevens
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4:27 album only
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Album Notes
Hailing from Vancouver, BC Sick Logic is a 4-piece hard rock band in the vein of Korn, Deftones, System of a Down, and Faith No More. Sick Logic has made it our mission to be a refreshing oasis in an otherwise barren desert of AutoTune and backing tracks. With a focus on challenging the listener and exploring all genres, Sick Logic’s hands-on approach to dynamic songwriting and an energetic live show have the band emerging as one of Canada’s premier touring acts.

The new self-produced album “Look at the Camera, Sweetheart” is a no-bullshit hard rock album written, produced, and funded by Sick Logic. Recorded at Greenhouse Studios, Vancouver BC and engineered by Chris Holmes. The money we make from the sales of this album all goes into an account to record the next one. Big shoutout to Stonecold Steve Austin and Carl Weathers.


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