We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of Saving Vice’s new EP Colder Than Dark (listen below), which is officially out today.
The band commented on the EP:
‘Colder Than Dark’ is a collection of songs that describe different forms of pain and struggles that people go through. All the lyrics are inspired by personal events and experiences. If you really look closely it tells one story broken down in a way where anyone can connect and relate who has gone through the same things.”
May 10 – Hartford, CT w/ Born Of Osiris, Fit For A King, Gideon, Currents, Saving Vice
May 17 – Manchester, NH w/ Between Now And Forever, Fathom Farewell, No Eye Has Seen, Whispers Of Andromeda
May 30 – Providence, RI w/ Upon A Burning Body, Volumes, The White Noise, Convictions, The Worst Of Us
June 22 – The Floor’s Embrace, w/ Fathom Farewell, Deathamphetamine, Callosity
July 02 – Albany, NY w/ Secrets
July 14 – South Burlington, VT w/ Real Talk, Dear Youth, Doom Service
July 27 – Mansfield, MA at Vans Warped Tour 2018
About the band:
Saving Vice is an American metalcore band from New England founded by bassist Robbie Litchfield in late 2015. Litchfield soon added guitarist Zach Racicot and vocalist Chase Papariello. It wasn’t until later on that the band included the final pieces of their lineup – vocalist Tyler Small and guitarist Cody Grant. Since their official debut in early 2017, Saving Vice has shared the stage with acts like Through the Eyes of the Dead, Unearth, Convictions, It Lies Within, Tear Out The Heart and The Devil Wears Prada. The group’s high energy live performances, catchy choruses, and hard-hitting riffs aided by the chemistry created by the dual vocalists helped them make their mark on the local New England scene.
After a successful summer run across the northeast, the band took time to work on their Colder Than Dark EP and released their stand-alone, debut single “Exhale” on January 12, 2018. A few months later, the band released “Euthanasia” the first single off Colder Than Dark.
The sound and energy Saving Vice has brought to the current heavy music scene is both refreshing and nostalgic, reminiscent of early 2000s metalcore coupled with nuances of modern metalcore. Simple and poppy, yet unapologetically brutal and dark.