3750 is the sophomore album by the American deathcore band The Acacia Strain, released on July 13, 2004 through Devil's Head Records. This is the last release by the band to be released through Devil's Head Records as the band signed with Prosthetic Records after the release of the album. The band did not have a bassist at the time of writing and recording the album and guitarists Daniel Laskiewicz and Daniel Daponde wrote and recorded all of the bass parts for the album. Two music videos were released for this album, "Smoke Ya Later" in 2004 and "3750" on June 21, 2006.
- "Brown Noise"
- 'Smoke Ya Later"
- "Extreme Wrath of the Jhiaxus"
- "Drawn and Quartered"
- "Passing the Pencil Test"
- "Sun Poison and Skin Cancer"
The Acacia StrainEdit
- Vincent Bennett - lead vocals
- Daniel Laskiewicz - lead guitar and bass guitars
- Daniel Daponde - rhythm and bass guitars
- Christopher Daniele - rhythm guitar
- Ben Abert - drums and percussion
- Produced by Adam Dutkiewicz
- the song "Extreme Wrath of the Jhiaxus" features a distorted quote from Star Wars Episode II: Attack Of The Clones.
- The quote at 2:41 in the song "Passing the Pencil Test" is an audio clip of a Charles Manson interview from the TODAY show in 1987.
- The song "3750" contains a quote from the Kevin Smith film Mallrats.