An American Hard Rock Band
Saliva is a hard rock band that originated from Memphis, Tennessee, in 1996. The band’s distinctive sound is characterized by heavy guitar riffs and powerful vocals, making them a popular choice for fans of the hard rock genre.
Early Career and Success
Saliva first gained attention with their self-titled debut album, which was released in 1997. However, it was their second album, “Every Six Seconds,” that launched them into mainstream success. The album featured hit singles like “Click Click Boom” and “Your Disease,” which helped them gain recognition in the music industry.
Album Releases and Hit Singles
Over the years, Saliva has released several successful albums, including “Back into Your System,” “Survival of the Sickest,” and “Cinco Diablo.” They have also had numerous hit singles, such as “Always,” “Rest in Pieces,” and “Ladies and Gentlemen.”
Collaborations and Tours
Saliva has collaborated with various artists over the years, including Nikki Sixx of Motley Crue and Chad Gray of Mudvayne. They have also toured with several notable bands, such as Aerosmith, Kiss, and Sevendust.
Current Status and Future Plans
The band’s current lineup includes Wayne Swinny on lead guitar, Paul Crosby on drums, and Bobby Amaru on lead vocals. Saliva continues to tour and perform, with plans to release a new album in the near future.
Saliva has established themselves as one of the premier hard rock bands in the United States. Their heavy guitar riffs and powerful vocals have won them a legion of fans, and their hit singles have made them a recognizable name in the music industry. The band’s collaborations, tours, and numerous successful albums are a testament to their enduring popularity, and their plans for a new album indicate that they are far from finished.