Sick City

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Formed in early 2005, Winnipeg, Manitoba's Sick City skipped a lot of the usual new-band grunt work and went straight to the (semi) big time -- almost immediately landing slots opening for such acts as…
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Formed in early 2005, Winnipeg, Manitoba's Sick City skipped a lot of the usual new-band grunt work and went straight to the (semi) big time -- almost immediately landing slots opening for such acts as Papa Roach, It Dies Today, Bedlight for Blue Eyes, and From Autumn to Ashes, as well as touring with the Taste of Chaos and Warped package shows. Their five-song EP, Where Do We Go from Here, offered up a promising start and caught the ear of Canadian label Smallman Records, which signed them up for the Great White North, with Trustkill handling releases for the rest of the planet. For their first full-length, Josh Youngson (vocals), Joel Neufeld (drums), Dorian Paszkowski (guitar), Dave Grabowski (guitar), and T.J Stevenson (bass) entered Atlanta's Tree Sound Studios and recorded under the watchful eyes of veteran scene producers Kenneth Mount and Zack Odom. The resulting 12-track album, Nightlife, was issued in 2007.