Editor’s Note: Vocalist Bobby Amaru appeared on the 43rd episode of the Madness To Creation Podcast to discuss mental health, the “Every Twenty Years” EP, and becoming sober. At Madness To Creation, we want to personally congratulate Bobby on his sobriety. “Every Twenty Years” is the band offering a take on some of the songs from Saliva’s classic “Every Six Seconds” album, which has gone double platinum since its release. The album is known for the hard rock/nu-metal classics “Your Disease” and “Click Click Boom.” Saliva is planning a tour in support of the EP via Megaforce Records. Fans can find Saliva on Facebook and their official website.
Time stamp of discussion with Bobby Amaru of Saliva:
3:30- Discussing family and Florida
5:22- Discussing his appreciation for teachers and how hectic it was to have his children learn online
7:35- What did Bobby learn about himself and how did he cope through the Covid-19 pandemic
8:13- Talking about his son getting Covid
13:10- Bobby talked about how Saliva still performed in the pandemic and how people were cussing them out over playing shows during the pandemic. Alaska and Sturgis, kept a low profile.
17:45- Bobby on social media
21:01- Bobby talking about social media and Saliva and replacing Josey Scott in the band
26:01- Bobby talks about the songs off of “Every Six Seconds”, how he performs those songs and he didn’t want to stray far from what they did in that record in “Every Twenty Years”
28:39- Bobby talking about livestream in Vegas and the difficulty of interacting with the crowd at home
31:49- How Bobby conducts himself as a frontman live
33:37- How Bobby found clarity since he became sober
36:55- Bobby’s goals and his wife opening up a business
39:30- What are shows going to look like post-pandemic according to Bobby
40:55- Shows or festivals?
42:47- The soundtrack to Bobby’s life
The show ends with Bobby’s favorite Saliva song to sing live!
Fans can check out this episode featuring Bobby Amaru of Saliva via SoundCloud below:
Fans can check out the music video for “After Me” by Saliva below: