Fresh off America’s longest running premiere music festival Vans Warped Tour and an intensely packed sold out Troubadour show, Los Angeles based alternative rock band ACIDIC will be going on a mini tour in the Pacific
Northwest this November as follows:
- Thursday, November 20 The Music Corner Spokane, WA
- Thursday, November 20 The Big Dipper Spokane, WA
- Friday, November 21 The Third Wheel Lewiston, ID
- Saturday, November 22 The Do Bar Great Falls, MT
The Dallas Observer listed ACIDIC as one of “The 10 Bands to Catch at Vans Warped Tour.” The San Antonio Current said ACIDIC was one of “The 5 Can’t Miss Acts at Warped Tour.”
In 2013, ACIDIC toured with Candlebox, Fuel, Warner Drive, Alien Ant Farm, Marcy Playground, Filter, Hawthorne Heights, The Higher and Trapt. In 2014, they headlined the “Electric Cool-aid ACIDIC Tour” that rocked the Rockies and the Pacific Northwest.
ACIDIC’s fourth full-length 10-track album Copper Man, produced by multi-platinum award-winner John Ryan of Chicago Kid Productions (Styx, Santana, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Allman Brothers), earned them a distribution deal with SONY/RED via MegaForce Records. Motley Crue’s Nikki Sixx named both the title track and “Drive Thru” “Sixx Picks of the Week” on his syndicated radio “Side Show.” Meanwhile, the hilarious, jawdroppingly-insane “Copper Man” video has over 1,000,000 views on Youtube! (http://www.youtube.com/theacidicband )
Critical raves continue to pour in for ACIDIC on CD and onstage.
BLUERAIL.com:“Frontman Michael Gossard is a force of nature, connecting to his audience and his band mates in ways that make an ACIDIC show highly electrifying.”
RUKUS magazine: “These guys aren’t afraid to rock out. Gossard can really wail with his vocal at times and the band is full of energy. They move all over the stage, enjoying every minute of every song they play.”
PERFORMER magazine: “Straight from the get go, ACIDIC brings forth its frenetic energy and passionate sound in waves of indie alternative delight. This band brings the goods, with personality and flair unmatched in many West Coast bands.“