Papa Roach celebrated their fifteenth year as a band with an awesome new album and a full UK/European tour. Check out our shots of the band when they rocked into London recently.
Papa Roach hit London, UK’s The Roundhouse on March 12, 2015 with Coldrain and The One Hundred, and fans were treated to ‘Infest’ in their entirety!
Papa Roach is making a serious comeback, and is here to remind fans why they are a rock legend! They played a co-headlining show with Seether at The Warfield in San Francisco, CA on February 5th, 2015.
Papa Roach celebrate fifteen years since their release of their debut album with the release of their latest album. Read our thoughts on F.E.A.R. right here…
Papa Roach has returned! The Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum hard rock juggernaut has built its most infectious, invigorating, and incendiary body of work to date, F.E.A.R (out January 27, 2015). The band have preserved the robust riffs and swaggering rhythms that marked their initial call-to-arms, while seamlessly infusing cinematic electronic flourishes, sweeping hooks, and magnetic melodies. Trust us, this will be a solid release. And, well, if you won’t take us for our word, then use this Canadian premiere of the music video for the new song “Face Everything And Rise” as a great big “I told you so!”
The highly anticipated new video for Papa Roach’s next electrifying single, “No Matter What,” premiered online! Click HERE to watch. The video was filmed in Joshua Tree National Park and directed by Jesse Davey.
One of the most successful rock groups of the 2000s has been Papa Roach. From their early days of nu-metal to the more recent near complete remodelling of their sound, the group has certainly changed with the times. Believe it or not, P. Roach has already released seven albums, the latest being 2010’s Time for Annihilation…On the Record and On the Road.