The second in a series of video clips featuring behind-the-scenes footage from the making of the new PAPA ROACH album can be seen below.
PAPA ROACH frontman Jacoby Shaddix revealed in an interview with Albany, New York radio station Q103 that the band’s forthcoming disc will feature guest appearances by rapper Machine Gun Kelly and American singer and songwriter Skylar Grey. Due in May, the follow-up to 2015’s “F.E.A.R.” was recorded with Nicholas “Ras” Furlong and Colin “Doc” Brittain at Steakhouse studio in North Hollywood, California.
PAPA ROACH has already released two songs from the upcoming disc, “Crooked Teeth” and “Help”. The latter track is rocketing toward the Top 10 on the rock radio chart.
Shaddix described the new disc as “very dynamic,” adding, “It ranges from heavy and in your face with songs like ‘Crooked Teeth’ and then it also is kind of a bit more of a pop sensibility in it… It’s all over the place.”
Shaddix also revealed that the band has done some early work on its next album, saying: “We went back in the studio and started creating some music again for a new, new record. We have such a good creative flow that we’re, like, ‘You know what, man?’ Let’s just jump in the studio.'”
PAPA ROACH is set to play at several major rock festivals in late April and May, including Fort Rock and Welcome To Rockville in Florida, Carolina Rebellion in North Carolina and Northern Invasion in Wisconsin.