Legendary rock band Papa Roach are celebrating the holidays with a new music video today for the track “Falling Apart.” The song is a track off their latest album, F.E.A.R. (Face Everything and Rise). The album, released in January this year, peaked at No. 15 on the Billboard Album chart. The first single from the album, “Face Everything and Rise,” debuted at No. 1 on the Mainstream Rock chart.

Vocalist Jacoby Shaddix spoke about the new track via press release:

“‘Falling Apart’ is an epic Papa Roach track from F.E.A.R. The vocals are really straight forward, and then it explodes into that massive chorus. The audiences can’t help but jump up and down when we play it. The dynamics of the song move you to three distinctively different places, and Jesse Davey’s video is truly a work of art. We’re excited for people to interpret it how they may.”

The album is the band’s eighth studio release, and combined, they have sold over 20 millions albums worldwide.

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