Things are about to get busy for Saliva. The band, which recently debuted their single 'Rise Up' here at Loudwire, have now announced the full details of their forthcoming album of the same name. Plus, they've revealed an extensive tour to promote the new disc.

The 'Rise Up' album will arrive April 29 via Rum Bum Records and the band has just revealed the artwork (pictured). The band worked closely with producer Bobby Huff on the album, which finds the group reclaiming some of the gritty rock they generated early in their career while allowing new frontman Bobby Amaru to put his own stamp on the band's material.

In an interview we conducted with Amaru, he told us, "[This is] definitely the album we wanted to make. We wanted to kind of get back to what Saliva was about. And also to not be afraid to try some different things that we never really tried before."

Saliva have been laying the groundwork for their return by allowing fans to become familiar with Amaru on tour in recent years and with the new album now en route, they'll work in even more material from the 'Rise Up' album on their current run.

Saliva is currently on the road with dates booked into June, including two Michigan performances -- March 27 at The Token Lounge in Westland and June 13 at Double JJ Resort in Rothbury.

Saliva Spring Tour Dates
March 13 -- Austin, Texas, The Bayou Lounge
March 14 -- Dallas, Tree’s
March 15 -- Houston, Scout Bar
March 18 -- Kerrnersville, N.C. -- Bucked Up Saloon
March 19 -- Springfield, Va., Empire
March 20 -- Winchester, Va., Blue Fox
March 21 -- Morgantown, W.Va., Schmitt’s
March 22 -- Hagerstown, Md., Hard Times Café
March 24 -- New Bern, N.C., The Diamond Club
March 25 -- Elizabethton, Tenn., Bonnie Kate Theatre
March 26 -- Louisville, Ky., Diamond Pub
March 27 -- Westland, The Token Lounge
March 28 -- Steger, Ill., Another Hole In The Wall
March 29 -- Ringle, Wis., Q&Z Expo Center
March 30 -- Rockford, Ill.. Murphy’s
April 1 -- Eau Claire, Wis., Hippos Pub
April 3 -- Williston, N.D., DK’s Lounge
April 4 -- Dickinson, N.D., Bernie’s
April 5 -- Fargo, N.D., The Venue
April 6 -- Minot, N.D., The Original
April 8 -- Spearfish, S.D., Zbar
April 9 -- Cheyenne, Wyo., Atlas Theatre
April 10 -- Billings, Mont., Carlin Events Center
April 11 -- Great Falls, Mont., Hideout Lounge
April 12 -- Idaho Falls, Idaho, The Peppertree
April 13 -- Jerome, Idaho, Diamondz Event Center
April 16 -- West Hollywood, Calif., Whiskey a Go Go
April 18 -- Tempe, Ariz., Club Red
April 19 -- Las Vegas, LVCS
April 20 -- Grand Junction, Colo., Mesa Theatre
April 21 -- Colorado Springs, Colo., Sunshine Studio Live
April 23 -- Lufkin, Texas, The Beach Bar
April 24 -- Oklahoma City, The Chameleon
April 25 -- Lubbock, Texas, Lonestar Pavillion
April 29 -- Reading, Pa., Reverb
April 30 -- New York, Santo’s Party House
May 2 -- Virginia Beach, Va., Farm Bureau Live
May 3 -- Baltimore, Fishhead Cantina
May 4 -- Stanhope, N.J., Stanhope House
May 5 -- Bristol, Conn., Bleachers
May 7 -- Buffalo, Waiting Room
May 8 -- Columbus, Ohio, Xclusive Entertainment Center
May 9 -- Fort Wayne, Ind., Piere’s
May 10 -- Athens, Ohio, Athens County Fairgrounds
June 6 -- Winfield, Kan., Rock N’ Country Fest
June 13 -- Rothbury, Double JJ Resort (The Sandy Corley Memorial Run)