Saliva are celebrating the twentieth anniversary of Each Six Seconds, the 2001 effort that put the Tennessee-bred nu-rockers on the map, with a mini-documentary trying again on the unique launch to accompany an EP of re-recorded songs from the album.
The documentary, Each Six Seconds: Twenty Years Later, is a collaboration between the band and KillDevil Movies, a Florida-based moviemaking concern based by director and editor Thomas Crane. Within the movie, Crane focuses on the person band members’ tales as an example how Each Six Seconds impacted their careers and continues to tell the group’s path to at the present time.
The EP, Each Twenty Years, will give Saliva followers the possibility to listen to some Each Six Seconds songs redone by the band with their present lead vocalist, Bobby Amaru, who’s been with them the previous decade. Former Saliva singer Josey Scott, who performs on the 2001 album, left the act in 2011 — reunion makes an attempt have so far proved unfruitful.
In a press release, Saliva guitarist Wayne Swinny stated of Twenty Years Later, “We felt like it could be cool to provide the followers a bit of peek backstage of the historical past of Saliva, so to talk.”
Drummer Paul Crosby added, “Twenty years [was] a very long time in the past, however I nonetheless bear in mind it prefer it was yesterday. Making this documentary introduced again recollections of some actually magical instances.”
For his half, Amaru shared, “My decade within the band has been an ideal chapter in my life. This documentary was one thing we needed to do for the followers to have an inside look as a result of, with out them, Saliva does not exist. The Each Six Seconds document has carried this band for 20 years and extra. That is particular!”