Papa Roach announces ‘Ego Trip’ deluxe edition

New track features Beartooth

Following the massive success of their 11th studio album Ego Trip, Papa Roach has announced Ego Trip Digital Deluxe Edition, and the long-awaited release date of Ego Trip on vinyl. The 20 track digital deluxe release features remixed versions of songs from the original record, as well as new music. In celebration, the band has dropped “Cut The Line” featuring Beartooth.

The Ego Trip vinyl is being repressed after offering exclusively for November’s Black Friday Record Store Day. The worldwide release features the standard 14-track album in unique packaging with a pop-up Ego Trip roller coaster inside gatefold, amusement park map, and 140-gram vinyl LP in opaque black, translucent purple for indie retailers, “Strawberry Shortcake” available via the band’s merchandise store, and yellow and black swirl exclusively on tour, the latter two variants including a special 7-inch featuring two acoustic tracks.

“This album has been a journey for us – from recording the album in 2020 to having two No. 1 hit singles last year, to adding one of our favorite bands Beartooth to this track, all for the first time on our own label,” Jacboy Shaddix. “These songs rip and we’re stoked get them out there. It’s been one hell of an EGO TRIP! See what I did there!?”

Next month Papa Roach will hit the road for the Rockzilla Tour: The Second Leg. A co-headline tour with Falling In Reverse and featuring special guest Hollywood Undead and opener Escape The Fate, this thrilling sequel will kick off in Rochester, New York on February 1st and will include stops in 21 cities across the US, many of which are sold out or low on tickets.

Papa Roach will be traveling abroad next year for a string of UK dates with Don Broco and Dance Gavin Dance, the co-headline Cut My Heart Into Pieces Australian trek with The Used, followed by Summer Festival appearances in Europe with more set to be announced.

Buddy Iahn
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