Papa Roach To Perform “Infest” In Full At 2021 Blue Ridge Rock Festival

Papa Roach are the latest band to be added to the 2021 Blue Ridge Rock Festival. The group will be performing “Infest” in its entirety during the event, which is scheduled to take place at the Blue Ridge Amphitheater in Danville, VA on September 9-12.

Here’s the updated lineup:

  • Five Finger Death Punch
  • Limp Bizkit
  • Shinedown
  • Megadeth
  • Lamb Of God
  • The Ghost Inside
  • Cypress Hill
  • Papa Roach (performing “Infest”)
  • Gojira
  • Skillet
  • Anthrax
  • Theory Of A Deadman
  • Black Label Society
  • Killswitch Engage
  • Trivium
  • Falling In Reverse
  • Asking Alexandria
  • Underoath
  • Rev Run
  • Body Count
  • P.O.D. (performing “Satellite“)
  • Clutch
  • Beartooth
  • Testament
  • Sabaton
  • Tech N9ne
  • Pop Evil
  • Motionless In White
  • The HU
  • Badflower
  • Ice Nine Kills
  • Sevendust
  • In Flames
  • Avatar
  • August Burns Red
  • Fever 333
  • We Came As Romans
  • Atreyu
  • Wage War
  • All That Remains
  • D.R.U.G.S.
  • Knocked Loose
  • Corrosion Of Conformity
  • Crown The Empire
  • From Ashes To New
  • Fit For A King
  • Fozzy
  • Drowning Pool
  • Escape The Fate
  • Light The Torch
  • Spiritbox
  • Nonpoint
  • Miss May I
  • Bad Omens
  • Chelsea Grin
  • Hellzapoppin Circus Sideshow Revue
  • Adelitas Way
  • Fire From The Gods
  • Texas Hippie Coalition
  • Ill Niño
  • Slaves
  • Saul
  • Spite
  • Brand Of Sacrifice
  • Islander
  • Stitched Up Heart
  • Tallah
  • Another Day Dawns
  • Burden Of The Sky
  • Black Satellite
  • The Impurity
  • Artusha
  • Tara Lynch
  • Below 7
  • Kill The Imposter
  • State Of Illusion
  • Voxx
  • Heirloom
  • Dead Fervor
  • Cursor
  • Deiform
  • Southbound Beretta
  • Failure By Proxy
  • Blackwater
  • Motorjunkie
  • Trueshot
  • Someday You’ll Know Us
  • Next Attempt
  • Awesome Ray Ray
  • Seasons
  • PigWeed
  • A War Within
  • Semper Acerbus
  • Set For Tomorrow
  • New Haven
  • Dread Engine
  • Dark Summer
  • Waking The Sleep
  • Magg Dylan
  • Misty Eyed
  • N.A.S.H.
  • Blacklane
  • Alukah
  • Sevenstones
  • Days Under Authority
  • Head Hunter
  • Friends In Hell
  • Burn On Re-entry
  • Dying Oath
  • RoachZilla
  • RVNT
  • Gravebound
  • REdEFIND
  • Solidify
  • We Rise To Fall
  • Artwork For The Blind
  • Matt Irie Band
  • Demyze
  • Pulses
  • The Phoenix Within
  • Splintered Reality
  • Far From Few
  • Hostile Array

Papa Roach Share Lyric Video For Aelonia’s Remix Of “Help”

Papa Roach have shared a lyric video for Aelonia’s remix of “Help.“ The original version of the track appears on the band’s 2017 album “Crooked Teeth.” The updated take on the track appears on their recently released greatest hits compilation “Greatest Hits Vol. 2: The Better Noise Years.“

Apocalyptica Premiere New Video For Cover Of Cream’s “White Room” Featuring Papa Roach’s Jacoby Shaddix

Apocalyptica and Papa Roach’s Jacoby Shaddix have shared an official video for their cover of Cream’s “White Room.” You can check that out below:

Papa Roach Share Lyric Video For Cymek Remix Of “Born For Greatness”

Papa Roach have shared a lyric video for the Cymek remix of their song “Born For Greatness.“ The original version of the track appears on the band’s 2017 album “Crooked Teeth.” The updated take on the track appears on their recently released greatest hits compilation “Greatest Hits Vol. 2: The Better Noise Years.“

Papa Roach, Kayzo, & Sullivan King To Release New Collaborative Track “Domination” This Month

Papa Roach have teamed up with Kayzo and Sullivan King for a new collaborative track titled “Domination.” That song will be released on April 16.

Jacoby Shaddix Says Papa Roach’s New Album Will Include Their First-Ever Acoustic Ballad

During a recent interview with Radio.com, Papa Roach’s Jacoby Shaddix discussed the band’s upcoming album. Notably, the frontman mentioned that the effort will include the group’s first-ever acoustic ballad.

Shaddix said the following about the new record:

“We’ve got about three-quarters of the record finished. We took some time and we rented a house all together, locked in this place for a month. Everybody got COVID tested. Nobody left the house for a month. There was no in-and-outs. We had food delivered, and we had a friend of ours cooking out for us. And it was music 24 hours a day for a month. Literally, there was something happening at all hours. And this creative process, we got lost in it.

I find that it was time for us to kind of shake things up in that way, ’cause the last couple of records, we’ve just gone into the studio and just started writing. Tobin [Esperance, bass], Jerry [Horton, guitar] and myself and Tony [Palermo, drums], we were just, like, ‘Let’s do something different.’ And so this shut-in vibe really… It’s like the farther you dig down creatively and you discover this piece, it’s, like, ‘Let’s go farther down the rabbit hole. Let’s go farther down the rabbit hole.’ And that experience for us really uncovered some rad sounds, some great songs, and just overall a good bonding experience for us. Because we’ve been doing this thing for years, and we really started to miss each other, being home.

It’s a family — it really is. These are my brothers. I spend a large portion of my life with these guys on the road. And so after we are home with our families for a while, it’s, like, ‘All right, now [I’ve] gotta get with our other family. I miss my other family.’

We wrote some ill music, and now we’re just putting the finishing touches on a bunch of it. And I’ve gotta tell you, man, this next era, this next phase is… I am beyond excited. I think it’s some of the best songwriting we’ve ever done. It’s mature, but then there’s this reckless idleness to it. It’s just this duality of styles. We have our first acoustic ballad we’ve ever done. And it’s not like a, ‘Oh, honey, sweetie, sweetie, baby’ kind of ballad. It’s a song that just grabs you by the heartstrings and just toys with you. It’s just a super-dynamic rock record that I think is gonna blow people’s minds.”

[via Blabbermouth]

Papa Roach Premiere New Video For “Broken As Me” Featuring Asking Alexandria’s Danny Worsnop

Papa Roach have premiered a new video for their new version of “Broken As Me“ featuring Asking Alexandria’s Danny Worsnop. The clip debuted during a special “in conversation” livestream event, which the band hosted to celebrate the release of their new greatest hits compilation “Greatest Hits Vol. 2: The Better Noise Years.“ You can watch the video and footage of the livestream below:

Papa Roach’s Jacoby Shaddix Opens Up About Falling Off The Wagon During The Coronavirus Pandemic

During a recent appearance on the “Hardcore Humanism With Dr. Mike Podcast,” Jacoby Shaddix opened up about the mental health struggles that he has faced amid the coronavirus pandemic. The frontman revealed that he “fell off the wagon” during these trying times, but has now reentered recovery.

Shaddix said the following:

“Just to be straight with you, I, during the pandemic, I fell off the wagon and I was smoking pot. And I was just, you know, I just got caught up and depressed, you know, depressed and just stuck in this space. And I wasn’t working an active program of recovery. And I found myself with a joint in my mouth, you know? And yeah, it’s legal in California. And yes, it is medicine to some people, but it’s not to me. Anytime, I put any kind of mind altering substance in my body, there’s like this veil that gets dropped on me and just kind of like isolates me from the world.”

He also added:

“When I was with my brothers in recovery, I was like, ‘Hey, man, this what I’ve been up to, I need help, dude, I need it. I need help getting myself back out of this. Because…I knew I was getting closer. You know, I told my guys, you know, ‘Well, at least I didn’t drink,’ you know, and they’re like, ‘Well, yeah, that’s good. That is good, Cobe. But you were heading straight towards it, homey. Like, that’s where you are going. And that was a really hard realization, but a good realization for me to have – is to really understand like, I was feeding the bad wolf.”

[via The PRP]