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El Cerrito, CA
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Portrait of solidstatelogic
Solid State Logic (SSL) was formed in 2005 in San Francisco,
CA. Pulling from many influences and personalities, the band
developed a heavy rock sound that quickly gained attention.
Early on, producer Sylvia Massy (System of a Down, Tool)
contacted SSL to work on a full-length release. Soon after
preliminary discussions, the band signed a deal with Sylvia’s
new label, National Recorder. SSL completed and released
their debut CD, titled “Disarray” in 2006. Disarray would then
go to sell several thousand copies over the next couple of
years while the band played with such acts as Adema, VAST, Framing Hanley, and HURT.
During the support of Disarray, SSL was contacted by the
video production company, Digital Interference (DI). DI
expressed a strong interest in making a video for the song
“It’s Not Over” off of Disarray. The video has since been
shown worldwide on various music networks and adopted
by Fox Sports and in support of the 2008/2009
College Football season.
After receiving private sponsorship in early 2008, SSL began
working on songs at Jay Baumgardner’s NRG Recording
Studios, sharing the studio with Linkin Park during sessions
for Minutes to Midnight. The resultant two tracks, “Not The
One” and “Denial”, were recorded and produced by Sergio
Chavez (Motörhead Evanescence). It was also during this
time that the band garnered sponsorship opportunities from
Coffin Case, NorCal Surf Shop, Rockstar Energy Drink,
and others. The songs “Not The One” and “Denial” have
recently been receiving airplay on San Francisco’s largest rock
radio stations, KITS Live 105 and 107.7 The Bone.
In 2008, SSL was contacted by Rogue Island (RI) productions
out of Seattle, WA. RI designed a modern studio and
production company to work on band development and
offered SSL the opportunity to record a new set of recordings
with the goal of working towards a second CD release. A six-song
EP was recently completed in early 2009, titled “The
Affliction EP”. SSL is currently pursuing the completion of a
second full-length recording with a release goal of late 2009.
Solid State Logic currently draws large crowds in the Bay Area and
in San Francisco and has been forced to reserve shows for
larger venues such as Slim’s and the Great American Music
Hall. SSL consistently makes their way to Los Angeles and
other Western US locations. Regardless of the economic crisis
and the unknown state of the music industry, SSL has shown
their fans that perseverance and their love of music cannot
discourage them.