PAPA ROACH Perform Live In England: Photos Available

PAPA ROACH performed a headlining show at the Academy in Birmingham, England on Tuesday (Sept. 28). Check out pictures from Wire Image.

In other news, PAPA ROACH took part in an online chat with visitors at MSN and were asked how they've changed as a band since their debut previous album, "Lovehatetragedy". "We've learned new things and I think the main thing about this record is we took our time on it," they responded. "Everything on it is the best of the best that we've written over the last year. The goal for this record was to make a record with anthems and to use melodies that people would remember and stick in their head. I think that's the main differences between this record and the last one." Check out the entire chat here.

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