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There Aren’t Any Special Effects Left In The World Because Papa Roach Just Used Them All Up

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Rock Sound 4 November 2014 at 16.16

P-Roach's video for 'Face Everything And Rise' contains a gasmasked army, a torture chamber, a car chase and them playing in the desert. Hollywood, U mad?



The video was co-directed by Jacoby Shaddix and Ezio Lucido.

Speaking of the band's upcoming album of the same name (set for release on January 27 through Eleven Seven Music), Papa Roach frontman Jacoby Shaddix has said: 

"There obviously has been an element of hope within the despair of the music that we write, and I think that that's always key, and that's very important to what we do, is to always have that element of hope, and that's laced throughout the record."  

Meanwhile, bassist Tobin Esperance has said: "It’s definitely that ‘light at the end of the tunnel’ kind of thing. It’s positive. It has some moments where it’s really heavy, but it’s a positive record.”

The tracklisting for 'F.E.A.R.' looks as follows:

'Face Everything And Rise'
'Skeletons'
'Broken As Me'
'Falling Apart'
'Love Me Til It Hurts'
'Never Have To Say Goodbye'
'Gravity'
'War Over Me'
'Devil'
'Warriors'

 

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