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The alternative-rock quartet Papa Roach announces their highly-anticipated 10th studio album, Who Do You Trust? out on January 18, 2019 through Eleven Seven Music available HERE and on vinyl. The album is now available for pre-order with three instant track downloads “Who Do You Trust?” “Renegade Music” and the newest track release, “Not The Only One.”

The 12-track anthemic album Who Do You Trust? features heavy rhythmic guitars and catchy hooks on “Who Do You Trust?” and “Renegade Music” and melodic tunes on “Not The Only One” with emotionally-charged lyrics throughout the album. The 10th studio album is produced by Nick “RAS” Furlong and Colin Cunningham. The track “Top Of The World” is produced by Jason Evigan.

“Our goal for our 10th album was to push ourselves even further into genres that inspire us most. We have reached the place where we always wanted to be, creating new and exciting music.” – Bassist Tobin Esperance

“Papa Roach’s new album showcases the band’s eclectic tastes, while maintaining their true identity as a now legendary act. The themes on this album is to take risk.  When you’re tired of ‘fitting in’, the band stands out. “Not The Only One” is one song that stands out as a new wave anthem in the pool of Active Rock.”  -Producer, RAS on the album, Who Do You Trust?

The track “Not The Only One” follows last month’s release of the band’s two latest singles, “Renegade Music” and “Who Do You Trust?” both critically and fan acclaimed. Additionally, the official music video for the single, Who Do You Trust? has already surpassed 2 million views.

Papa Roach will celebrate the release of Who Do You Trust? with very special SOLD OUT shows in their home state of California, dubbed the Goin’ Back To Cali Tour, starting with a sold out release day show on January 18 in Sacramento at The Ace of Spades near their hometown, Vacaville. The tour will conclude with three sold out Los Angeles dates from January 22-24 at The Roxy. Additionally, the band will join Shinedown and Asking Alexandria on the ATTENTION! ATTENTION! U.S. Tour starting on February 20 in Estero, Florida at the Hertz Arena. For tickets and more information, visit www.paparoach.com.

Track Listing:

1.  The Ending
2.  Renegade Music
3.  Not The Only One
4.  Who Do You Trust?
5.  Elevate
6.  Come Around
7.  Feel Like Home
8.  Problems
9.  Top Of The World
10. I Suffer Well
11. Maniac
12. Better Than Life

Papa Roach have been one of the top leaders in alternative rock for nearly 20 years and continue to impact that space with their upcoming 10th studio album, Who Do You Trust? The two-time GRAMMY nominated band have sold over 20 million records worldwide, have gained over 2 billion in streaming to date and charted with 17 Top 5 hit singles on Billboard to date!

 

 

 

 

 

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I guess I’m the odd man out on this one then, as I actually find myself enjoying it quite a bit. Temp was in the upper 70s here yesterday and I was driving around with the windows down and Papa Roach blasting! 😎

I was VERY disappointed with their previous effort, Crooked Teeth, so maybe I was expecting Very little from this one? Anyway, I quite like the title track, Renegade Music, and particularly Promises. 🤷‍♂️

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Certainly a departure from some of their earlier wares. This stuff sounds more like Zebrahead to me, which is fine.

 

NOt going to race out and grab it our anything but bonus points for staying together and making albums. I can't believe this is number 10!

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Couple of doods here obviously haven't heard 'The Paramour Sessions.' 

These guys have done some very good things and it's silly to dismiss them entirely without exploring that... but sadly I'm with the majority here and am disappointed by this album again. :( Spun it quite a few times since it's release but haven't felt the need to speak of it, unfortunately. 

There is one fantastic song on it, though, which is always re-assuring;

 

And I do also like this one;

 

But for me they're the only two keepers, which makes it another disappointing album. 

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