Papa Roach frontman Jacoby Shaddix tells American Forces Network Europe the band’s fans can expect a follow-up to their 2010 album ‘Time for Annihilation’ by this September. “We don’t know the name of the album. We’re still going back and forth about what we feel like the album should be called,” Shaddix said. “The release date is going to be sometime in September. We don’t have a date yet, but sometime in September. And the first single, we’re still trying to whittle down to the final right now.” Listen to the interview via YouTube below.
NME followed Papa Roach onto the stage at London’s Wembley Arena. “People always ask me where to you get your energy from, where does this come from. I’m like, it’s just in me. I don’t know,” Jacoby Shaddix explained. “When we step on that stage and connect with our audience, that’s when it’s time to snap off. Then it’s kind of a blur.” Watch the footage via YouTube below.
Papa Roach visited the Revolver TV artist lounge to perform an acoustic version of their song ‘Scars’, a track off the American rock band’s seventh studio album ‘Time for Annihilation’, out now on Eleven Seven Music. Watch it via YouTube below.
Papa Roach discuss their new album ‘Time For Annihilation’ during an interview with Fuse on Demand. “We definitely evolved our sound again,” singer Jacoby Shaddix said. “I think it’s a band’s responsibility to try to take our fans on a ride, and this one is exiting. It’s different. It’s a little more beat driven. It’s got some loops, some programming. It’s a little bit more kinda modern sounding. I think for us it’s a new start. It’s like the sound of Papa Roach in 2010.” Watch the comments via YouTube below the cut. (more…)
A deeper look into Papa Roach’s new album ‘Time For Annihilation’ has been posted online. “It seams the gap between the current and the classics,” Jacoby Shaddix said. “We wanted to connect the dots between not only that we’re a bad ass live rock ‘n’ roll band but also in the studio we kill it, so it’s like the best of both worlds on this record.” ‘Time For Annihilation’ is out now on Eleven Seven Music. Watch the video via YouTube below.
Find out what it’s like to walk on stage with Papa Roach at Sonisphere Festival 2010 in Knebworth with footage from NME.
Papa Roach are out with the video to their new single ‘Kick In The Teeth’, off the Vacaville, California rock band’s first live album ‘Time for Annihilation’, out August 31st on El Tonal / Eleven Seven Music. The album was recorded during five shows of their 2009 co-headlining tour with Shinedown. Watch the Shane Drake directed video via Vevo below.
Electra of Q101 in Chicago interviewed Papa Roach at Jamboree 2010, where the band discussed being excited to play a show for the first time in a couple weeks, the new album ‘Time for Annihilation’ coming out on Eleven Seven Music and it’s first single ‘Kick in the Teeth’, and Jacoby Shaddix’s kids calling his dad Grandfather Twilight. Watch the interview via the station’s YouTube channel below.
Papa Roach are out with the video to their new single ‘I Almost Told You That I Loved You’, off the Vacaville, California rock group’s sixth studio album ‘Metamorphosis’, out now on DGC/Interscope. Watch the Colin Minihan directed video below the cut. (more…)
Tobin Esperance and Tony Palermo of Papa Roach talked with NME backstage at Download Festival 2009 at Donnington Park last weekend. They talked about the weather for the event, the acts on the bill, and working really hard on the new album ‘Metamorphosis’. Watch the brief clip via the magazine’s YouTube channel below.