1. Ladies and Gentlemen
2. Broken Sunday
3. Never Gonna Change
4. King Of The Stereo
5. One More Chance
6. Going Under
8. Black Sheep (featuring John 5)
9. Starting Over
10. Here With You
11. Is It You
12. Write Your Name
Saliva was originally founded in Memphis, Tennessee in September 1996. After competing in the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences Grammy Showcase competition, where they advanced to the final round in New York City, the group self-released their self-titled debut album which sold over 10,000 copies in their region, prompting Island Records to take notice.
Their Island debut Every Six Seconds was released in 2001, followed by Back Into Your System in 2002, which included the chart topping hits "Always", and "Rest In Pieces" co-written by James Michael and Nikki Sixx of Mötley Crüe. The band toured in 2003, opening for Kiss and Aerosmith. Saliva then released Survival of the Sickest on August 17, 2004 reaching #20 on the Billboard 200. On May 29, 2005, guitarist Chris D'abaldo announced he had left the band "for obvious reasons, as the band is not a unit anymore." He then shortly retracted his statement and apologized, declaring on the band's website that "there was a bit of an issue we're working through and we're looking forward to recording a new album later this year".
However, the band's website later apologized again for the confusion and confirmed that due to "creative differences", D'abaldo was in fact leaving the band, but that Saliva was "completely moving forward as planned and [has] our best music ahead of us". D'abaldo eventually moved on to start the band Smolder and Joined Egypt Central; shortly after his departure, Chris Hahn replaced him in Saliva's lineup.
Saliva released the album Blood Stained Love Story on January 23, 2007. The single, titled "Ladies and Gentlemen" was released to radio stations and made it to #2 on the US Mainstream Rock charts. It has also been included as the background music for a number of Sony's commercials for the PlayStation 3. The second single released off of the album was "Broken Sunday", which reached #8 on the Mainstream Rock chart, and is frequently on the Sirius top 20 on Octane. Saliva's tour manager Chris stated that the new single off Blood Stained Love Story would be "King of the Stereo".
In an interview on Rockline Radio the band announced that they had written new material, and would be heading back into the studio with Bob Marlette in the near future to begin on their sixth album. The album is expected to be released in the fall of 2008.
In an interview with WWE on February 27, Scott said “We’re going to go in the studio probably around May and record our next record. If you like "Ladies and Gentlemen" and "Click Click Boom", and more dynamic stuff, it’s going to be an ass-whooping of a record. It’s going to be 45 minutes of ass-whooping!” Saliva toured with Sevendust in South Korea, Japan and a brief stint in Europe until July 2008.
As of April 30, 2008, Octane 20 on Sirius Satellite Radio began playing a new song titled "Don't Question My Heart", featuring Brent Smith from Shinedown. The song can be found on the album WWE The Music, Vol. 8, and is the official television theme song for the ECW brand. Saliva's sixth studio album is titled Cinco Diablo and was released on December 16, 2008.
The band are currently at work on a reality TV show following the recording of Cinco Diablo and life on the road.
Saliva was recently on tour with Pop Evil, Since October, Dead Season, and Aranda. They were scheduled to join the 13th annual SnoCore Tour, with Static-X, Burn Halo, and The Flood, but singer Josey Scott had ulcer surgery. Walt Lafty of Silvertide was hired to fill in for Scott for the tour, but Saliva ultimately decided to drop out of the tour, instead of touring with Lafty.