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It's like 2001 all over again!  Except it's 2014, and rock leviathans Papa Roach and Seether are both still at it!  Arguably, both bands are also sounding better than ever, with great new tunes and engaging live shows.  Both bands continue to write music that appeals to old and new fans alike, while branching their ever-growing sounds out in new directions- in spite of line up changes and the usual drama that comes with being in a band for over a decade.

2015 is definitely shaping up to have some huge tours, with the announcement of the OM&M/Rise Against/Linkin Park tour yesterday, and this epic double-bill today!  This tour will be making stops at many major cities and will also feature the bands Kyng and Islander as support. 

Papa Roach, as mentioned earlier this year, has been hard at work on their latest record, which bears the name F.E.A.R.  No, it's nothing to do with Halloween or the epic 2005 first person shooter game of the same name- it stands for Face Everything And Rise and will prove to be another jump for the band's constantly evolving sound and style. In fact, Papa Roach is serving up a double dose of news, as the official video for their new single "Face Everything And Rise" comes out today!  Check it out:

Let's be honest, Papa Roach has changed a LOT over the years, changing directions from the late 90s rap metal to early 2000s hard rock to mid 2000s retro revival to late 00s modern sound and so on.  And just like Limp Bizkit and Korn, Papa Roach continues to stay relevant and gain new fans in the ever-difficult world of the modern music industry.  This new song actually has a lot of the trademark Papa Roach melodies however, and has elements of their "LoveHateTragedy" era material plus the to-be-expected electronica that so many bands incorporate in their newer material.  This title track from the forthcoming record represents the newest style of material for the band, with a new album that comes out on January 27th of next year. 

Seether is another name you may remember from the early 2000s, with hits like "Fine Again", "Broken", "Remedy", "Gasoline", and "Fake It".  The once-quartet has been continuing on as a trio, since the departure of guitarist Troy McLawhorn to Evanescence (weird right?).  The band has released a new album this summer called "Isolate and Medicate" and can be picked up at all major retailers. The album is the sixth of their career and features the singles "Words as Weapons", "Suffer It All", and the just-released "Same Damn Life".  I mean, seriously, get ready for one awesome and very non-Seether video! 

The two bands plan to hit all the following cities on these dates:

Jan. 09 - Myrtle Beach, SC @ House of Blues *
Jan. 10 - Orlando, FL @ Hard Rock Live *
Jan. 11 - Atlanta, GA @ The Tabernacle *
Jan. 13 - Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory
Jan. 14 - Silver Spring, MD @ The Fillmore *
Jan. 15 - Mashantucket, CT @ Grand Theatre at Foxwoods Resort Casino
Jan. 17 - Montclair, NJ @ Wellmont Theatre *
Jan. 18 - Boston, MA @ House of Blues *
Jan. 20 - New York, NY @ Terminal 5
Jan. 21 - Bethlehem, PA @ Sands Bethlehem Event Center *
Jan. 23 - Detroit, MI @ The Fillmore *
Jan. 24 - Milwaukee, WI @ Eagles Ballroom
Jan. 25 - Chicago, IL @ Riviera Theatre
Jan. 28 - Waterloo, IA @ McElroy Auditorium
Jan. 30 - Houston, TX @ Bayou Music Center *
Jan. 31 - Dallas, TX @ South Side Ballroom *
Feb. 02 - Wichita, KS @ Cotillion Ballroom
Feb. 03 - Denver, CO @ Fillmore *
Feb. 05 - San Francisco, CA @ Warfield Theatre
Feb. 06 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern *
Feb. 07 - Las Vegas, NV @ The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

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