As a relatively new band, Acidic has already seen success in touring with the likes of Hinder, Hawthorne Heights and currently, Trapt. Formed at their California high school in 2007, Acidic is a young band that has earned its place the hard way: by independently producing two LPs and living a consistent working class life on the road.
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“The whole point is getting to the next level,” says lead singer Micheal Gosard.
“Every time you step into a new pond, you try to become the biggest fish in that pond so you can jump into the next one.”
Although Acidic have begun to see their hard work pay off, Gosard sees a healthy beauty in the competition among other bands.
“These days there’s so much indie music out there,” says Gosard.
“People really have to determine their own tastes.”
Performing their hit song, Copper Man, Acidic melted the Salt Lake stage with an endless grove-band feel and energy worthy of their namesake.
“You never know who is going to be popular tomorrow,” says Gosard.
“If we win people over at shows, that’s all that matters.”
Acidic are just wrapping up their tour with Trapt and will hit the road again in October with Smile Empty Soul.