JERRY HORTON Talks PAPA ROACH’s Plans For 2016 (Video)

U.S. Army Sergeant Russell Toof from the 350th Public Affairs Detachment conducted an interview with PAPA ROACH guitarist Jerry Horton before the band’s September 30 performance in Indianapolis. You can now watch the chat below.

Speaking about PAPA ROACH’s plans for 2016, Horton said: “It’s really kind of up in the air. We talked about taking a break for a while, but also writing. But at the same time, there might be a couple of tours that we wanna do. So we’re really kind of seeing how everything is gonna pan out, just because we don’t wanna commit to any one thing just quite yet.”

According to Horton, PAPA ROACH has already begun compiling material for the follow-up to the band’s eighth album, “F.E.A.R.” (Face Everything And Rise), which was released in January. “We don’t have [completed] songs [at this point], but there’s always ideas floating around,” he said. “There’s riffs and stuff recorded already, but Jacoby [Shaddix, vocals] hasn’t dug in yet. So it’s just kind of music at this point.”

“F.E.A.R.” was recorded in Las Vegas, taking the band out of their Sacramento, California home base for the first time since 2006. PAPA ROACH worked with the father-and-son producing team of Kevin and Kane Churko on the new CD.

“F.E.A.R.” followed up 2012’s “The Connection”, which was made as Shaddix was going through personal turmoil, including problems in his marriage and a struggle to stay sober.

Source: Blabbermouth

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