Behind-the-scenes footage from the making of the new PAPA ROACH video, "I Almost Told You That I Loved You", can be viewed below.
PAPA ROACH recently scored the second No. 1 hit of its career and first at mainstream rock stations with "Lifeline", the latest single from the band's new CD, "Metamorphosis". Vocalist Jacoby Shaddix told The Pulse of Radio that the tune is about what making music means to him. "There's a constant battle in my life to evolve and become a better person, and in doing that, living in this crazy, chaotic world and trying to maintain like a focus of going, 'How can I progress as a human being?' you know," he said. "And so you're always looking for that lifeline, you know, and I mean it sounds cliche, like, my music is my lifeline to the world. It's really ultimately what's made me feel like a human being, because it connects me with so many people."
The band's first No. 1 hit was "Last Resort", which hit the top of the Modern Rock chart back in 2000.
PAPA ROACH is also helping to throw out a "lifeline" to families losing their homes due to the current state of the economy. The band is working with a charity called Loaves And Fishes in its hometown of Sacramento, California. More information can be found at SacLoaves.org.
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