Most of the Metal fans know the Better Noise Music record label for notable artists such as Papa Roach and Bad Wolves among many others but they are still learning about the cinemic side of the fence known as Better Noise Films. They’ve given us a few films already with one being that Motley Crue story called “The Dirt” which was based on the bands best-selling biography and now they are dipping more into the Horror side of the fence with a release called “The Retaliators”. Since I’m upping the Horror content game in our Pop Culture features I am pleased to share the films first trailer. Check it out down below along with some casting and artwork.
With the holiday closing in on us, the season seems to have opened up the floodgates on the 2019 tour packages to come. Here are the upcoming plans by Papa Roach…
The Press Release:
Today alternative rock quartet Papa Roach announced their summer 2019 headlining run, the Who Do You Trust? Tour, with Asking Alexandria and Bad Wolves. Produced by Live Nation, the 12-city tour will kick off July 27 in Dallas, TX and make stops across the U.S. in Atlanta, Philadelphia, Detroit, Chicago and more, before wrapping September 1 in Las Vegas, NV. Full routing below. Continue reading Papa Roach Announces “Who Do You Trust” Tour For 2019→
As the summer draws ever closer to its end, it only makes sense for the 2019 concert cruises to start getting announced. A popular event is the “ShipRocked Cruise” and the press release in full is just below for you to enjoy. Check it out.
The Press Release:
A spectacular music lineup has been announced for ShipRocked 2019, celebrating a decade of rock ‘n’ roll on the high seas January 26-31, 2019 onboard Carnival Valor for the first time. The greatest vacation ever will feature performances from Papa Roach, Bullet For My Valentine, I Prevail, Nothing More, Suicidal Tendencies, Sevendust, Motionless In White, and more, expanding to five days and nights, departing from Galveston, TX, with stops in Cozumel and the Yucatán in Mexico. Staterooms for ShipRocked 2019 are sold out, but a wait list is available at the link at the close.
Jacoby Shaddix of Papa Roach said, “We are so excited to join the 10th Anniversary cruise…It’s our third time on the bill and our first time headlining! You can expect a few surprises and a real rock show on the open sea – we can’t wait to see everyone taking part next year!!!”
Lajon Witherspoon from ShipRocked veterans Sevendust said, “I am so excited and so looking forward to taking part in the 10th anniversary of ShipRocked. We have met so many incredible people throughout the years that have become part of the Sevendust family. I always look forward to celebrating music and life with them at sea as well as on land. ShipRockers rule. God Bless Everyone and see you soon.” Continue reading Music Lineup Announced For ShipRocked 2019→
Artist: Seether and Papa Roach Venue: Terminal 5 (New York, NY) Opener: Kyng, Islander Date: 1/20/2015 Label: Concord Music Group/Eleven Seven Music
We were just about three weeks into our musical year of 2015 and I had to say that I was incredibly amused at how this evening’s show was going to be my third for the year. Yeah a little bit slow to start considering my usual schedule but believe me I have greatly enjoyed the slight breather. Anyway, there were a few reasons that I wanted to catch this show and the top two of them are because I had never ever seen either Seether or Papa Roach live in concert before. That’s right my friends, despite having seen over 1000 shows and some 2300 total acts since starting my writing adventures I have never had the chance to offer my scrutiny to these two co-headliners so it was without a doubt that I was excited. Winter was now fully upon us so I will admit that I hated the fact that this show was being held down at Terminal 5 which is about a week or so walk from the nearest subway station. However the Metal Gods were smiling as it was not as brutal as it could have been and the snow was not being forecast until sometime next week. Tonight’s show was also going to find the talented support bands of Islander and Kyng but I would not make it to their sets based on the early start time of this gig and the travel that was involved so I apologize to fans of those acts for not having anything to offer up in this narrative. Let’s get down to business.