Launch Radio Networks reports: PAPA ROACH released its first DVD, "Live and Murderous In Chicago", last Tuesday (November 22). Lead singer Jacoby Shaddix told Launch that filming the concert that appears on the disc was not without its risks. "When we shot it, it was a one-night shoot, so it was like, you better nail it or you're f***ed," he said. "So we had a lot riding on it and we rocked the show. I mean, we totally killed it. Chicago's one of our favorite rock cities and a lot of our fans over there knew that this was the DVD shoot, so that the vibe was just, it was massive."
"Live and Murderous In Chicago" was shot in high definition video and 5.1 digital surround sound. It also features all the band's videos, never-before-seen "all-access" footage, a photo gallery, and more.
PAPA ROACH moved into a house in Hollywood on November 19 to begin putting together material for its next CD, the follow-up to 2004's "Getting Away With Murder".
Singer Jacoby Shaddix is also set to appear in his first feature film, a supernatural thriller called "Dark Portal", starring Lou Diamond Phillips and Pam Grier. There's no word on a title or release date yet.
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