Just hours before their sold out show in Detroit, Tobin Esperance from Papa Roach took some time to chat with us.

Howie D from Hard Edge Radio and National Rock Review recently got to catch up with bass player Tobin Esperance from Papa Roach. They talked about the loyalty they have with fans of the band, the threats from Sharon Osbourne to be kicked off the 2001 Ozzfest tour, working with Kevin and Kane Churcko, upcoming festival dates for this summer and more.

Papa Roach have just released their latest CD, F.E.A.R.(Face Everything and Rise) on January 27th and they are getting ready to wrap up the current tour with Seether, Islander and Kyng. The band will then be hitting Australia and Europe for some dates before returning to the US for the festival season. Tobin was kind of enough to give us a call just after sound check as they waited for the nights sold out show in Detroit to get started. Please click below to hear the interview with Tobin Esperance from Papa Roach.

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