Papa Roach are planning to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their 2000 album “Infest” this year. Frontman Jacoby Shaddix confirmed the news to Linea Rock, saying that the band will be playing some special shows and more.
Shaddix said the following:
“We’ve done some really cool things in the studio around some of the previous recordings, and we have some awesome stuff to release here throughout the year, so we’re going to celebrate this album for sure — one hundred percent, definitely.
And then also we have some announcements around some live shows that we’re gonna do to celebrate the album as well. So I can’t let the cat out of the bag completely, but yeah, we’ve gotta celebrate it. That’s a cult classic and a best-seller right there.”
Shaddix also went on to discuss the band’s hit song “Last Resort“
“That’s our classic. That thing, it’s given us such a relevance, even in pop culture. People are making memes — ‘Cut my life into pizza.’ I love that. ‘Cause now I don’t take it all too seriously, because it’s embedded itself into pop culture, but then also the reality is that it’s spoken to a lot of people’s hearts that have been in that darkness, and going, ‘Hey, man, there’s some hope. You can come out of this. You don’t have to stay in there.’”