Papa Roach to release new studio album in September
Papa Roach, an American rock band, have revealed that they would be releasing their eighth studio album this September. The band’s last studio album, Time for Annihilation, hit the stores in August 2010.
Jacoby Shaddix, lead vocalist, has confirmed the news and has revealed that the fans should expect the new record to be in the market late this year, though; he denied giving out the exact date.
“We don’t know the name of the album; we’re still going back and forth about what we feel like the album should be called. The release date is going to be sometime in September. We don’t have a date yet, but sometime in September. And the first single, we’re
still trying to whittle down to the final right now…”, Shaddix stated.
The band’s front-man went on to reveal about the upcoming Uproar tour along with Staind, P.O.D, Godsmack and many more.
“Thousand Foot Krutch is gonna be on there, and we’ve never toured with them, but dude, we’ve played shows or done tours with everybody else on that bill. We’ve never been on a proper tour with Godsmack, so this will be the first time… we’ve done shows with
them. We did a tour with Staind, and those are our homeys. I’m really ex about being out there with P.O.D. Those are my dudes, man. And the guys in Shinedown, I’ve got nothing but love and respect for those guys. It’s going to be a great way to spend the summer…”,