Additional personnel: Swinny (guitar, lap steel, banjo, mandolin).
"Your Disease" was nominated for the 2002 Grammy Award for Best Hard Rock Performance.
While this hard-rocking quintet churns out gut-crunching guitar riffs capable of giving Korn or Limp Bizkit a run for their money, EVERY SIX SECONDS isn't a gravy train-riding rap-metal endeavor. From the sound of things, Saliva has learned a thing or two from the ominous, minor-key melodies of '90s grunge-related acts like Alice In Chains and the instantly accessible hooks of poppier types such as Collective Soul.
While much of the album is spent at an intensity level of 11, there are moments (particularly the reflective "Hollywood") of relative melodic respite. Saliva sounds fully capable of pinning back the ears of any teenage mosh-pit denizen, but there are a few moments on this disc that wouldn't sound at all out of place in any given Top 40 radio format.
What the critics say...
Alternative Press (5/01, p.88) - 3 out of 5 - "...A pop-metal band with a penchant for pretty, angst-ridden melodies for lonely boys and girls..."
CMJ (3/12/01, p.19) - "...Of-the-moment aggro, with an emphasis on rapcore moments interrupted by melodic, clean vocals..."
- Musta Been Wrong
- Click Click Boom
- Your Disease
- After Me
- Greater Than/Less Than
- My Goodbyes
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