We can't lie....there is
nothing better than going and getting to meet and talk with some
of the bands that you really enjoy. It is even better when you
get the chance to talk with them again. That is what happened
recently when we went and were able to see Saliva perform again
as part of Locobazooka. With a tremendous new disc, Survival
of the Sickest, Saliva is poised to take that next big jump
in their career. Give
a Listen* as guitarist Chris D talks about recording
Survival, capturing the live sound, and touring the country
for a living. *Windows Media Player 9 is needed to listen to this
After your last CD, you went through some management changes...why?
This is the first CD that really captures your live sound...what
was the recording process like this time around?
Is that process something you think you will continue going forward?
Are their any songs on the CD that standout to you more than others?
Why make "Sex, Drugs & Rock 'n' Roll a hidden track?
How did "Razor's Edge" become the next single of the
For us, "Dope Ride" is the one song that defines Saliva
live. What are yours?
Did you have a big hand in the packaging for the CD?
What are your thoughts on downloading and how it is affecting
Having just moved, we definitly see differences in crowds depending
on the crowds...do you see those differences?
Are you ever tired of touring, and living life on the road?
I want to thank Chris and Saliva for taking the time to talk
with me. It was great getting a chance to chat with him again
and see the band live. Saliva is a great band and is killer live.
Keep your eye up for when Saliva comes to your town, and be sure
to purchase Survival
of the Sickest.
Drop us a line to let me know what you think of what Saliva said
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