If you’ve ever watched the first Fast & The Furious film, then you would remember the killer soundtrack that accompanied it. Some of the most memorable heavy tracks from that soundtrack belong to none other than American hard-rockers Saliva, who last week announced that they will be hitting Australian shores for the first-time early next year thanks to the folks over at Metropolis Touring. Some of the band’s most notable songs, ‘Click, Click, Book’ and ‘Superstar’, both feature on the Fast & The Furious soundtrack, with ‘Superstar’ blasting through the race between Paul Walker’s Supra and a Ferrari on the freeway.
Despite this tour being the first time Saliva have made it over to Australia, the band have been hard at work, relentlessly touring in the States and throughout Europe. Saliva are currently in the middle of their “Only The Sickest Will Survive” North American tour with Breaking Through. Despite some issues with their trailer becoming detached from their tour bus on the way to their show in Mansfield, Texas, the band are smashing out these shows, with several dates remaining before the end of the tour in mid-December. The remaining tour dates and ticket info can be found on the band’s Facebook page HERE.
The band also recently announced via Facebook that they will be touring across Europe in January & February next year with Crazy Town , Davey Suicide, and Griever. For all our European readers, you can check out these tour dates and ticket info on the band’s Facebook page HERE.
For those who haven’t stayed up to date with music from Saliva, you can listen to ‘Tragic Kind Of Love’ taken from their “Love, Lies & Therapy” album below.
Seeing as Saliva have never made it Down Under, it’s hard for fans to know what to expect, chances are though that these shows will be a night to remember for all in attendance. One user commented on the band’s original post to share their excitement: “Papa roach. Now Saliva! Bring on 2018”. Tour dates and ticket info can be found below, or at the Metropolis Touring website HERE.
14/2 Adelaide – Fowlers Live
15/2 Melbourne – Max Watts
16/2 Brisbane – Crowbar
17/2 Sydney – The Bald-Faced Stag
18/2 Perth – The Rosemount Hotel
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