What you need to know about New England metalcore upstarts Saving Vice is this. They’re an up-and-coming young band with lots of potential, as their 2018 debut EP Colder Than Dark managed to rack up both big time song premieres and hundreds of thousands of streams. Saving Vice plays a brand of metalcore that, while familiar to the average ear, is full of both hooks and interesting instrumentals.
Now the band is gearing up for the release of their impending debut full-length, and they’ve issued another new single in the form of “Never Knows Best”. With an accompanying video to match, we caught up with vocalist Tyler Small to discuss the new song, what it represents, and even The Perks Of Being A Wallflower. Read on for more!
Though only having formed 2 short years ago, New England’s high-octane metalcore band Saving Vice have already racked up quite a few accolades. The band is set to play iMatter Festival (for the 2nd time!) with the likes of Beartooth and Wage War, their 2018 debut EP Colder Than Dark managed to hit #6 on the iTunes metal chart, and the band is generally considered to be on the rise much faster than many of their peers.
The band’s new single, “Endgame”, is a solid start to the band’s new era, with more music and touring on the horizon. Inspired by Marvel’s Infinity War and Endgame movies, the band continues to deliver an explosive and catchy brand of metalcore that will surely see them go far. We also have a brief Q&A session with vocalist Tyler Small, which you can check out below. The sky, as they say, is the limit for Saving Vice.
Saving Vice is a relatively new metalcore band from New England, and if you haven’t yet heard them, their debut EP Colder Than Dark is a solid listen. Fairly developed for a debut, the metalcore band is hitting the studio this week to record their debut full-length album – one that the band hopes will catapult them to the next level in a crowded music scene. Granted, the young band has the chops and work ethic to do it, playing packed shows for their fans and opening for bigger ones, gaining fans along the way.
As the band prepares to hit the studio to hash out some new songs, Saving Vice dropped us a few answers to questions that we had about the upcoming album – as well as what fans can expect stylistically. Check out all the important details below.
Breaking into the metalcore and post-hardcore scenes is a very tall task in today’s market. Ultimately, it’s the most interesting music that seems to rise to the top, as bands like Fit For A King, Ice Nine Kills, and Northlane have crashed the Billboard Top 200, and it wasn’t but a few years ago that Crown The Empire scored a top 10 chart debut for their sophomore record. In other words, there’s still a big market for this music if you play your cards right.
Enter New England newcomers Saving Vice. With a debut EP released earlier this year in Colder Than Dark, over 100k Spotify streams in less than a year, and shows with some of the biggest bands in the scene, this is a band that won’t be considered just a “local” for long. We chatted with vocalist Tyler Small about the state of the band, getting Saving Vice off the ground, and the band’s new video for “Black Ice”, which you can find below.