SALIVA Set Release Date For Sophomore CD

September 8, 2002

SALIVA will issue their sophomore album, Back Into Your System, on November 12th. The effort was produced by Bob Marlette, who worked on SALIVA's debut, Every Six Seconds.

The first single from the album is "Always". Back Into Your System also features the track "Rest In Pieces", which was written by MÖTLEY CRÜE bassist Nikki Sixx.

Sixx recently described the latter cut as "not as heavy as SALIVA usually is, but it's got tons of hooks. It's very catchy, and I know [SALIVA frontman] Josey [Scott] will sing the shit out of it and the band will play the hell out of it."

Scott recently took home an MTV Video Music Award for his work on the Spider-Man song, "Hero", with NICKELBACK's Chad Kroeger. The clip won Best Video From A Film.

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