PAPA ROACH Singer On New CD: 'It's Like A Meat Locker 'Cause There's Just Hooks Everywhere'

PAPA ROACH singer Jacoby Shaddix recently spoke to Corey Moss of about his band's fourth major-label release, due in September or October.

"It's like a meat locker 'cause there's just hooks everywhere," the frontman formerly known as Coby Dick said. "I'm not lying.

"It's the best album we've recorded to date," Shaddix said of the as-yet-untitled CD, which was recorded with "Getting Away With Murder" producer Howard Benson while living together in a Hollywood mansion for two months.

"That was really the big difference between any of the other records that we've made, which is that we jammed together for hours and hours and hours and hours and hours and really just dug deep within ourselves and tried to push things forward artistically," Shaddix said. "We felt like we could do anything because nobody was listening at that point.

"We found sides of our band that are so different than anything we've done previously but that are so powerful," he added. "Definitely true to PAPA ROACH form, we always evolve. That's what keeps this band alive."



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