Papa Roach Essentials

Papa Roach Essentials

Relentless touring and indie releases set the stage for Papa Roach's nu-metal breakthrough in the late ‘90s. By the time 2000's Infest, their mix of hard rock and hip-hop had gone mainstream (thanks to bands like Korn and Limp Bizkit) and angst-ridden hits like “Last Resort” and “Broken Home” turned Papa Roach multi-platinum. Leaving their hip-hop influences behind on 2004's Getting Away With Murder, Papa Roach would score one of their biggest pop hits with “Scars.” The move to a more polished and refined hard rock sound continued on 2009's Metamorphosis—which displayed their love for the classic hair metal bands like Mötley Crüe and Guns N' Roses—and 2012's The Connection.

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