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Album Review

Soldiering on after the departure of guitarist Jonathan Montoya, Saliva stay the course on their seventh album, Under Your Skin. The album finds the band continuing with the more expanded sound they started to develop on Cinco Diablo, moving away from pure heaviness to explore bigger, more plaintive pastures. Despite the mellower excursions, there’s still plenty of tough, fist-pumping post-grunge for their longtime fans. The opening track, “Badass,” comes right out of the gate swinging, as if to let people know that while there may be some ballads on the album, Saliva aren’t here to be pushed around, and they come back with a reminder of this later with the rap-rock rager “Burn It Up.” The album’s real strength comes from its sense of flow. The heavier moments and ballads are distributed in a way that helps to keep the album from getting monotonous, creating a nice series of hills and valleys for the listener to navigate through. While the album doesn’t find the band making any truly bold changes, it does enough to keep things fresh, making Under Your Skin an album that’s sure to please Saliva devotees.

Biography

Formed: 1996 in Memphis, TN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Although formed in September 1996, Saliva didn't hit the mainstream until 2001, when the band's mix of angsty hard rock and hip-hop helped earn a double-platinum certification for its sophomore album, Every Six Seconds. Two of the album's songs had already appeared on Saliva's self-released debut, which was issued in 1997 on the band's own label. Singer Josey Scott, guitarists Chris Dabaldo and Wayne Swinny, bassist Dave Novotny, and drummer Paul Crosby were all veterans of the Memphis music scene,...
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