Something Worth Saving

Something Worth Saving

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If we didn’t know any better we’d say SWS came together by fate. After climbing through Oshawa’s stock pile of GM cars and mullets, SWS emerged onto the scene in January of 2008. SWS contain five highly energetic punk rock metal heads with one common goal: to rock stages, melt faces.

Biography

If we didn’t know any better we’d say Something Worth Saving came together by fate. After climbing through Oshawa’s stock pile of GM cars and mullets, SWS emerged onto the scene in January of 2008. SWS contain five highly energetic punk rock metal heads with one common goal: to rock stages, melt faces, then go home to sleep and do it all over again the next day. With four singers (three of us guitarists) Something Worth Saving has stepped outside of the box with a big sound and an even bigger live show that guarantees to give you the uncontrollable urge to raise up…the metal horns.

Starting from stage left, Trent Mood lays down one of the four vocals and provides rhythm and lead sections that draw characteristics from the likes of James Hetfield and Eddie Van Halen. Adam Bell belts out powerhouse vocals and more then above average bass lines that stand apart from the already rockin rhythm section. From center stage Tyler Christie’s blood curdling screams will send shivers up your spine, while his rhythm and lead guitar licks constantly compliment the songs. Trevor Smith implements melodic vocal harmonies and ear catching rhythm guitar; making sure the listener is always paying attention. Then the quarterback to complete this complex five piece arrangement is Ryan Arsenault on the drums. Combining modern punk rock/skid style drumming with fast rolls, complex fills and metal hammering double bass that ensure the audience will be left begging for more.

Now being officially titled under the banner of Something Worth Saving. Their years of experience, together, have allowed the band to mature as musicians and friends. After recording their EP “Empty Streets In Empty Cities” in 2008,SWS shortly jumped back into the studio for their debut self titled album that is set to release in the Summer of 2009. This combination of friendship and passion for music has made Something Worth Saving truly, something worth saving.

Lyrics

Malcolm

Written By: Something Worth Saving

Run through the fire
Mission: Burn into Flames
100 stand tall only 50 remain
And we live

can’t stop the rage, can’t keep the pace still fight my way through the enemy
can’t turn the page, until I face my fears take on the enemy

We live, We fight, To Survive
Gotta get out of the way, gotta get out of the way
Through enemy lines
Tonight, We fight, For Our Lives
Gotta get out of the way, gotta get out of the way
Through enemy lines

Broken and tired
Mission: Take home the flag
50 stand tall only one soul remains
And we live

can’t point the blame, can’t feel the same still make my way through the enemy can’t seize the day, until I face my fears take on the enemy

We live, We fight, To Survive
Gotta get out of the way, gotta get out of the way
Through enemy lines
Tonight, We fight, For Our Lives
Gotta get out of the way, gotta get out of the way
Through enemy lines

my chance to bring, my chance to sing my way through the enemy
my chance to bring, my chance sing HEY HEY FIGHT FIGHT through the enemy
my chance to bring, my chance to sing my way through the enemy
my chance to bring, my chance sing through the enemy

can’t point the blame, can’t feel the same still make my way through the enemy can’t seize the day, until I face my fears take on the enemy

We live, We fight, To Survive
Gotta get out of the way, gotta get out of the way
Through enemy lines
Tonight, We fight, For Our Lives
Gotta get out of the way, gotta get out of the way
Through enemy lines

Discography

"Empty Streets in Empty Cities EP" - SWS June 2008
"Self Titled Full Length" - SWS July 2009

Set List

1. No Escape
2. In Truth, We Lust
3. Of What They'll Say
4. Blueyes
5. Strong
6. Dying Everyday
7. Hero On Broadway
8. Malcolm
9. Not So Perfect World
10. Static in Tune
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11. Pretender (Foo Fighters Cover)
12. Fuel (Metallica Cover)

* set list is subject to change for each performance