Vacaville, California’s Papa Roach emerged on the rock scene back in 2000 with their major-label debut, Infest, which featured the hit singles “Last Resort” and “Broken Home.” They quickly became a major player in the then-popular rap/rock world, and they’ve continued to be a force ever since.
Their ninth full-length album, F.E.A.R., was released in 2015 — as they haven’t slowed down a bit.
They’re back at it again and have a new album in store for 2017, having released a pair of intriguing new singles lately that ought to appeal to anybody who has ever had an inkling of interest in anything they’ve done before.
Here’s their straightforward video for a new track called “Crooked Teeth,” which features some high-energy alt/punk and frontman Jacoby Shaddix’s trademark rapping:
And in terms of more radio-friendly tunes, it’s not far-fetched to imagine hearing “Help” making some serious noise this year:
The album is available for pre-order up at the band’s PledgeMusic page, with a number of creative perks offered up to fans — so check it out if you’re so inclined, and stay tuned for more.