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Bad Acid Trip

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Bad Acid Trip is an experimental grindcore band that is currently signed with Serj Tankian’s record label, Serjical Strike. They have been recording music since the early 1990’s, but it wasn’t until 1999 with the release of For the Weird By the Weird that they began reaching wider audiences. Serjical Strike first began releasing BAT’s work in 2004, with a reissue of For the Weird, and Lynch the Weirdo, produced by Daron Malakian (System of a Down). After scoring a slot on Ozzfest’s second stage in 2006, the band began touring less to begin working on new material.

Recently they announced that an EP, Symbiote Slavery, would be released by the end of 2009, in lieu of an album. An album is still in the works, albeit with no release date, titled Humanly Possible.

Guitarist Kieth Aazami has cited (among others) Brutal Truth, Primus, Death, Jane’s Addiction, Minor Threat, and King Crimson as influencing Bad Acid Trip’s sound.

Members

* Dirk Rogers - Vocals
* Jose Perez - Drums
* Kieth Aazami - Guitars, Banjo, & Backing Vocals
* Caleb Schnider - Bass



Former members

* Chris Mackie - Bass



Discography


LPs

* For The Weird By The Weird (1999)
* Lynch The Weirdo (April 20th, 2004)



EPs

* Live At The Fudge (July 19th, 1995) (split with Anyone)
* Remember
* Bad Acid Trip (split with Laceration)
* Bad Acid Trip (split with Agathocles)
* Bad Acid Trip (split with Kung-fu Rick)
* Bad Acid Trip (split with Benumb)
* Bad Acid Trip (split with Municipal Waste)

Tapes

* 12 Pack And A Dime Demo (1989)

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  • silenceissexy77

    energetic bursts of psychopathic fury >:)

    5 Aug 8:15pm Reply
  • bobo9390

    I remember their set from Ozzfest 06. Very energetic stuff, definitely a cool band.

    25 Mar 2012 Reply
  • SaftUndKraft

    Somewhere between my old comment and this one, I fell in love with the older work and disappointed with the new. It isn't so much they got worse, but their commitment to music seems to have fallen. They don't tour, they don't update the fans, and music is released infrequently. They were one of my favorite bands... now I didn't even know Humanly Possible was released.

    7 May 2011 Reply
  • nastiab

    new album 'humanly possible' comes out tomorrow on serjical strike records!!!! (on may, 3d)

    2 May 2011 Reply
  • ichi1987

    könnt ich den ganzen tag hören

    7 Feb 2011 Reply
  • hawdkoah

    Underrated in my opinion.

    28 Jan 2011 Reply
  • Mister_Jack

    We need a new album...

    1 Jan 2011 Reply
  • efilgnikcufecin

    These guys rule!

    11 Nov 2010 Reply
  • DeadTreeDancer

    Got no girl and that's no fun, so I'll dig up some parts and make me one!

    1 Jun 2010 Reply
  • Toementor

    Oh dear.

    22 May 2010 Reply
  • BenOnUserstyles

    Psycostick meets Sikth and SOAD

    21 Mar 2010 Reply
  • Wubzilla

    SUICIDE NATION FROM THE START

    30 Jan 2010 Reply
  • SaftUndKraft

    Y'all are too touchy. I always prefer the grittier, more punk-driven sounds, but changing their sound to be less grind isn't selling out. Having all the production quality of Anal Cunt isn't very appealing. There is some enjoyment to be had in more coherent lyrics.

    9 Aug 2009 Reply
  • clintisiceman

    Eh.

    1 Aug 2009 Reply
  • DanielMalakian

    Good. :)

    7 Jul 2009 Reply
  • Metal-Asshole

    BWAHAHAHA DONT DRIVE AND LISTEN !!!!!!

    18 Jun 2009 Reply
  • reversecentaur

    selling out is awesome

    15 Apr 2009 Reply
  • ilikefood777

    I will admit the biography on here makes them seem shitty, but I'm not one to judge on that. I have their Remember EP from like 1995, which was released on Slap-A-Ham, and that's good? And the only 'new' song I've heard was "Plate of Shrimp", which is really sick. It's not really different, the production values are just very good. Still has that Chris Dodge-like SWAGGGGG vocals, so I'll see if I can find Lynch the Weirdo somewhere.

    17 Jan 2009 Reply
  • RoyStorey

    newer BAT really isnt that different from their slap a ham days

    2 Dec 2008 Reply
  • Necrological

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    6 Oct 2008 Reply
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