Papa Roach Reveal Details For New Album “Crooked Teeth”

Papa Roach have officially revealed the details for their new album “Crooked Teeth.” The effort will be released on May 19 and the cover art/track listing can be found below.

Crooked Teeth Track Listing:

Standard Edition:

01. “Break the Fall”
02. “Crooked Teeth”
03. “My Medication”
04. “Born for Greatness”
05. “American Dreams”
06. “Periscope” (Feat. Skylar Grey)
07. “Help”
08. “Sunrise Trailer Park” (Feat. Machine Gun Kelly)
09. “Traumatic”
10. “None of the Above”

Deluxe Edition:

Disc 1:

01. “Break the Fall”
02. “Crooked Teeth”
03. “My Medication”
04. “Born for Greatness”
05. “American Dreams”
06. “Periscope” (Feat. Skylar Grey)
07. “Help”
08. “Sunrise Trailer Park” (Feat. Machine Gun Kelly)
09. “Traumatic”
10. “None of the Above”
11. “Richochet” (bonus track)
12. “Nothing” (bonus track)
13. “Bleeding Through” (bonus track)

Disc 2:

01. “Intro” (Live at Fillmore Detroit)
02. “Face Everything And Rise” (Live at Fillmore Detroit)
03. “Getting Away with Murder” (Live at Fillmore Detroit)
04. “Between Angels and Insects” (Live at Fillmore Detroit)
05. “Where Did The Angels Go?” (Live at Fillmore Detroit)
06. “Broken Home” (Live at Fillmore Detroit)
07. “Burn” (Live at Fillmore Detroit)
08. “Forever” (Live at Fillmore Detroit)
09. “Scars” (Live at Fillmore Detroit)
10. “Lifeline” (Live at Fillmore Detroit)
11. “Infest” (Live at Fillmore Detroit)
12. “Kick In The Teeth” (Live at Fillmore Detroit)
13. “Broken As Me” (Live at Fillmore Detroit)
14. “Still Swingin’” (Live at Fillmore Detroit)
15. “To Be Loved” (Live at Fillmore Detroit)
16. “Last Resort” (Live at Fillmore Detroit)

Papa Roach Reveal That Machine Gun Kelly & Skylar Grey Will Be Featured On Their New Album

Jacoby Shaddix was recently interviewed by and revealed that Machine Gun Kelly and Skylar Grey both guested on the new Papa Roch album. You hear him talk about that below. The effort is expected to be released in May.

Shaddix said the following about the collaborations (transcribed by Blabbermouth):

When we drop this record, we knew that PAPA ROACH, we are a staple in rock music. I feel that we’ve earned that over the course of our career. And when we first came into the game… I’ve always been a big fan of hip-hop. I fell out of love with it for a few years, but then there’s some new artists that I really am a big fan of, Machine Gun Kelly in particular. We collaborated at the [Alternative Press Music Awards], and that was awesome. And then I had this track called ‘Sunrise Trailer Park’, and I needed a guest spot, and I played him ‘Crooked Teeth’, and he was just, like, ‘Dude, P-ROACH is back! This is so sick!’ So I was, like, ‘Hey, I’ve got this track I would love for you to be on.’ And so it was very organic. And then we’ve got this other track called ‘Periscope’. We wanted to have a guest female vocal on it, and on the last album, we had Maria Brink from IN THIS MOMENT on ‘Gravity’. I didn’t wanna just go in and grab another rock chick. I wanted to work with somebody that was outside the box and different but that I was a fan of. So I’ve been listening to this girl Skylar Grey for [a few] years now. And she’s been on some great tracks — she’s been on some Dre stuff, some Eminem stuff, she’s been on a FORT MINOR track. But she’s kind of this indie, alternative, pop type of girl, and she’s just got a lot of credibility in that scene, and she’s got a great voice, and I’m a big fan. And so I thought, why not try some collaborations and some guest spots that were outside the box, not the norm? ‘Cause I feel… I’m a big fan of bands like QUEEN, LED ZEPPELIN, FAITH NO MORE — bands that always evolved and tried new things and took their fans on a journey. Because when you go and listen back to LED ZEPPELIN records through their career, they did all kinds of differnet stuff — they were folk, heavy metal, rhythm and blues, straight-up rock and roll, and they melded all those things together. QUEEN, they always took their fans on a ride, and so that’s what we wanna do. We feel, as creators and artists, that’s our responsibility — to challenge our fans and to also challenge ourselves, without going too far and being too self-indulgent.”

Jacoby Shaddix On New Papa Roach Album: “I’m Rapping On More Than Half The Record”

Papa Roach‘s Jacoby Shaddix was recently interview by Rock 105.5 about the band’s new album. You can see what he had to say about the effort below.

“We like to say that the album itself, the full-length record, is like if ‘Infest‘, our first album, had sex with ‘Getting Away With Murder‘ and they had a child, this would be the record. Because with a track like ‘Help’, that song kind of harkens back to ‘Scars‘, but it’s a little bit more, I guess, uptempo and upbeat that ‘Scars‘ is, but just the juxtaposition of this… ‘Cause it’s in a major key, so it sounds kind of upbeat and happy, but the lyrics… It’s just a dark anthem, and I like that juxtaposition.

And we tapped into that on a track like ‘Scars‘ back in the day, and we were, like, ‘All right. Let’s see if we wrote something in a major key again.’ We’ve done that with songs like ‘Lifeline‘ in the past. And so, yeah, it’s got a little element of some old school with some new school. And I’m just excited for everybody to hear the record in its entirety, because it takes you on a ride. I’m rapping on more than half the record, and then there’s tracks that are just… It’s all over the place.”

[Via Blabbermouth]