PAPA ROACH will shoot a video for "Time And Time Again", the second single from their latest album, Lovehatetragedy, this weekend (August 3-4), in between shows on the Anger Management tour.
In other news, PAPA ROACH frontman Jacoby Shaddix recently commented on the arrival of his infant son, Makaile, who will soon mark his debut on the road with the group.
"It's easy to love that kid. Like, for me, right when that baby came out, man, I was just like, 'I love you,'" Shaddix told Launch. "I just look at it, at my son, and I'm just like, 'I don't know how I couldn't love you,' you know, it's just, like, unconditional. And with a woman it's just a fuckin' battle. I'm sure it's gonna be a battle with this kid, you know, when he's five, you know, like, 'C'mon dad, c'mon,' you know. But then it's like, there's just no way that I couldn't not see myself loving it, so it's nice to have somebody in my life that is easy to love."
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