Papa Roach have always had a close bond with their fanbase, so when the Make-A-Wish Foundation came knocking asking the band to participate in making one special fan’s dream come true, they were more than willing to be a part of the experience.
Papa Roach have been forced to reschedule a number of South American performances due to concerns over singer Jacoby Shaddix's health. The vocalist successfully underwent vocal cord surgery last year and in a new statement regarding Papa Roach's South American cancellations, Shaddix "prays to God" that he won't be victim to a second surgery.
Last week, Carnival of Madness revealed the arsenal of rock bands that will head up their 2013 trek including Shinedown, Papa Roach, Skillet, In This Moment and We as Human. Now, the first leg of dates and locations have been unveiled. Shinedown kicked off the inaugural run of Carnival of Madness back in 2010 and according to frontman Brent Smith are returning this year to reinvent the brand.
As Sick Puppies gear up for the release of their upcoming 'Connect' album, they're finding a lot of love for their music and that includes a very public nod of support from longtime pal and Papa Roach frontman Jacoby Shaddix.
Papa Roach's Jacoby Shaddix has seen his fair share of hard times, but out of the darkness, he's still maintained a sense of optimism and that shines through particularly strong within the band's latest single, 'Leader of the Broken Hearts.' That light in the dark is exactly what's at the heart of the band's new video for the track.
Papa Roach are fresh off a tour with Stone Sour, and now they're ready to take the headlining spot all for themselves with 'The Connection' tour. The trek will also feature Escape the Fate and Otherwise burning up stages across the United States.
Papa Roach are ending 2012 with a little video extravaganza. Earlier this month, fans got the 'Where Did the Angels Go' clip and now, getting in just under the 2012 deadline, there's a new video for 'Before I Die.'
Papa Roach are happily back on the road after several stops and starts this year while vocalist Jacoby Shaddix was determining whether vocal surgery would be necessary. The rocker caught up with the Armed Forces Network (check out the audio below) in Germany and spoke with Army Sergeant Russell Toof about his recovery from the vocal surgery and other topics.
Papa Roach may not have been able to cut their summer and fall tour plans short, but the band is ready to bring you a special show this afternoon (Oct. 23), and you can watch it live. The group has teamed with YouTube for a live performance and question and answer session and you can watch it in the video below. It'll mark the band's first performance since singer Jacoby Shaddix underwent vocal surgery several weeks ago.
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