Papa roach return with new single ‘Lifeline’

By January 28, 2009 January 9th, 2017 World

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PAPA ROACH are returning with their new single ‘Lifeline’ taken from their new upcoming album, ‘Metamorphosis’ which will be their fifth major label album.  After their 2006 album ‘The Paramour sessions’ showed disappointing sales, and parting ways with management and their former drummer attempting to sue them, the band are hoping for a new start.

The new single ‘Lifeline’ was written  based around these events and how they got over them as we heard from Jacoby Shaddix, “You know, with this record, it was kind of like desperate times for this band ’cause we didn’t know what was happening and this song is about that, you know,” he said. “It’s about just looking for that one, like, light of hope and we got it. The song gave it to us, you know, and so it’s definitely a powerful, strong song. We play it live and it goes off so well.”
“Metamorphosis” is set for release March 24th.

Papa roach are joining BUCKCHERRY and AVENGED SEVENFOLD on tour starting 28th January in Utah,

Former PAPA ROACH drummer Dave Buckner, now replaced with ex-UNWRITTEN LAW drummer Tony Palermo filed a lawsuit against his band members after accusing them of not giving him his fair share of their earnings.

Buckner split from the band after a year long battle and two trips to rehab, Papa roach decided this split at the beginning of 2008.

*Words: Victoria Walker