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VIDEO PREMIERE: New England metalcore quintet Saving Vice is in “Hell Here” with new music video


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Formed in New England in 2017, Saving Vice has gone about crafting an impressive resume, in little over 18 months.

With an infectious energy that carries between record and live performance, Saving Vice delivers an intense and explosive metalcore sound, a brutality that juxtaposes purposefully with the band’s emotive and melodic tones, as they dart between tanking breakdowns and catchy, pinpoint choruses. The depth, instrumentally, of a 6-piece adds a perfect backdrop, intertwining with intricate dual-vocals throughout.

Saving Vice’s debut single “Exhale” was soon followed by rookie EP, the impressive ‘Colder Than Dark’, in May 2018, a release which hit #6 on the iTunes Metal Chart upon release, with supports with genre heavy-hitters including Fit For A King, It Lies Within, Born Of Osiris and The Devil Wears Prada also amongst the highlights of the band’s short history.

2018 continues to pick up steam with the upcoming video release of “Hell Here” proceeding the band’s festival on the final cross-country Vans Warped Tour in Massachusetts.

Saving Vice is:

Chase Papariello – Vocals
Tyler Small – Vocals
Robbie Litchfield – Bass
Zach Racicot- Guitar
Cody Grant – Guitar
Sam Whelton – Drums

About Bryan Joe Corder (2702 Articles)
Concert Photographer at heart, Love listening to music and going to shows to try to capture the magic on the stage with my imagery.I also review albums and live concerts.

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