Papa Roach Are Planning Infest 20th Anniversary Live Shows
This April, Papa Roach’s breakthrough album Infest celebrates its 20th anniversary. A nu-metal staple, the album sent the Californian crew into the stratosphere with rock club bangers Last Resort, Dead Cell and Between Angels And Insects.
And it looks like Papa Roach will be marking the two-decade anniversary with some very special celebrations, including some live shows.
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Speaking to Linea Rock, frontman Jacoby Shaddix said, “We’ve done some really cool things in the studio around some of the previous recordings, and we have some awesome stuff to release here throughout the year, so we’re going to celebrate this album for sure — one hundred percent, definitely.
“And then also we have some announcements around some live shows that we’re gonna do to celebrate the album as well. So I can’t let the cat out of the bag completely, but yeah, we’ve gotta celebrate it. That’s a cult classic and a best-seller right there.”
The album was originally released on April 25, 2000, and last year Jacoby stated that on April 25, 2020, he “will be having a celebration.”
Papa Roach are currently on tour across Europe – catch them at a date below.
Papa Roach Europe tour 2020
24 Germany, Munich, Zenith
25 Austria, Vienna, Gasometer
28 Greece, Thessaloniki, Principal Club Theatre
29 Greece, Athens, Piraeus Academy 117
02 Bulgaria, Sofia, Universiada Hall
03 Romania, Bucharest, Arenele Romane
04 Hungary, Budapest, Sportarena
06 Slovakia, Bratislava, Eurovia Arena
07 Poland, Poznan, MTP2
09 Germany, Berlin, Verti Music Hall
10 Germany, Hannover, Swiss Life Hall
11 Germany, Leipzig, Haus Auensee
13 France, Paris, Le Zenith
14 Netherlands, Tilburg, 013
16 Germany, Dusseldorf, Mitsubishi Electric Halle
17 Germany, Hamburg, Barclaycard Arena
18 Denmark, Copenhagen, Vegap
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