Papa Roach have released another new track from their upcoming new album Who Do You Know? this time in the form of “Elevate”. Check out the lyric video here.
And just like that, another month is ova! We don’t know about you guys, but we’re definitely dreading the malls, so instead we’ll give you our weekly treat of solid tunes from back in the day, including System of a Down, Papa Roach and Breaking Benjamin.
Grammy-nominated alt-rock band Nothing More question society in their latest thought-provoking video for “Let It Burn”. Check it out here.
Dutch symphonic metal band Within Temptation team up with Papa Roach‘s Jacoby Shaddix for new single “The Reckoning”.
Out via Sony RED on August 24th, Tasty Nasty is the latest release from Detroit-based rockers Wilson. We recently spoke with vocalist Chad Nicefield, primarily about his interest in microdosing.
From Ashes to New have released their new music video for “Broken”, the follow-up single to their hit “Crazy”. Check out the video here.
There’s no way you don’t know “Last Resort,” Papa Roach’s first big hit, but you could never imagine the song in this way. The song was remixed by Los Angeles DJ and producer Kayzo, as part of a series of Geffen Records-released classic remixes.
Papa Roach are currently tearing their way across America on the “Crooked Teeth Tour” along with supporting acts Nothing More and Escape The Fate. We caught up with the guys at the State Theatre in Portland, Maine.
We caught A Day To Remember crushing it on March 15th at Lowell’s Tsongas Center along with supporting act Papa Roach and openers Falling In Reverse and The Devil Wears Prada.
Papa Roach treated fans in Manchester to a high-energy show full of big, anthemic modern rock. Check out our review and photos here…
Day two of Rock On the Range 2017 started off with more weather delays courtesy of a second storm cell looming over Ohio.
Papa Roach promised to take the classic elements of their sound and drag them into the modern age. Have they come good with their promise? Read our review of Crooked Teeth and find out…
Some albums you just know are going to be good but, as is the case with This Light I Hold, Memphis May Fire have really upped their game. Read our review here…