Papa Roach to Release Metamorphosis on March 24th

January 13, 2009

SANTA MONICA, Calif., Jan. 13 /PRNewswire/ — Papa Roach will release
their forthcoming fifth studio album, Metamorphosis on March 24th through
DGC/Interscope Records. Co-Produced by Jay Baumgardner and Papa Roach with
additional co-production by James Michael on six of the tracks, the new album
conjures a vicious, vibrant intensity that is raw, relevant and ready to rock.
The multi-platinum selling, Grammy-nominated Northern California quartet is
back with their album of the decade.

Papa Roach is Jacoby Shaddix (vocals), Tobin Esperance (bass), Jerry
(guitar) and new member (ex-Unwritten Law’s) Tony Palermo (drums).
Since bursting onto the scene in 2000, the band has toured the world and
churned out Top 10 multi-format Billboard hits including “Last Resort,”
“Forever,” “Getting Away With Murder,” “Scars” and “To Be Loved,” three of
those on the last release. There is no shortage of classic songs on
Metamorphosis either. The album’s first radio single, “Lifeline,” combines an
AC/DC-style fret run with an undeniable chorus.

Fans got their first taste of the new songs from the album during their
live performances on Crue Fest 2008 and with a free download of the viral
video release for the song “Hollywood Whore”
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=duuUnO6kxGg) which the band released in
November 2008 as a gift to long-time fans. The video has had more than a
million views.

Metamorphosis captures Papa Roach’s incendiary live energy on record. The
album engages a full-on rock n’ roll assault fueled by the band’s punky raw
energy, catchy guitar riffs and irrefutable melodies. They have delivered the
most entertaining album of their career; it’s the culmination of their
devotion to performing live and always giving their fans what they want while
staying true to themselves.

Leading up to album release, Papa Roach will embark on a national tour
alongside Buckcherry, Avenged Sevenfold and Saving Abel, kicking off on
January 28th in Salt Lake City. This follows a half year of non-stop touring
in front of 700,000 people that included the main stage on Motley Crue’s Crue
and a recent autumn run with Staind and Seether.

“We bring it live,” says Shaddix. “When you come to one of our shows,
it’s like the last tribal experience. Playing shows every night is what we’re
built for. We make a club feel like an arena and we make an arena feel like a
club. We’re going to tour our guts out and bring our music to fans all over
the world.”

     1/28 Salt Lake City, UT "E" Center
     1/30 Phoenix, AZ Jobing Arena
     1/31 Albuquerque, NM Tingley Coliseum
     2/2 Bakersfield, CA Rabobank Arena
     2/3 Oakland, CA Oracle Arena
     2/5 Yakima, WA Yakima Valley Sundome
     2/6 Portland, OR Memorial Coliseum
     2/7 Tacoma, WA Tacoma Dome
     2/9 Spokane. WA Star Theater at Spokane Arena
     2/10 Great Falls, MT Four Seasons Arena*
     2/12 Rapid City, SD Rushmore Plaza Civic Center
     2/13 Mankato, MN, Alltel Center
     2/14 Council Bluffs, ID Mid America Center
     2/16 Ft. Wayne, ID, Allen County Memorial Coliseum
     2/17 St. Louis, MO The Family Arena
     2/20 Cleveland, OH The Wolstein Center
     2/21 Battle Creek, MI Kellogg Arena
     2/23 Cincinnati, OH The Bank of Kentucky Center
     2/24 Pikeville, KY Easter Kentucky Expo Center
     2/25 Pittsburgh, PA The Peterson Events Center
     2/27 Chicago, IL Allstate Arena
     *without Buckcherry




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SOURCE Interscope Records

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