Papa Roach Pulls Out of Tour, Citing Vocal Problems
Papa Roach Pulls Out of Tour, Citing Vocal Problems

Papa Roach will return with "The Connection" on Oct. 2.

The new release follows 2009's studio full-length "Metamorphosis" and 2010's greatest hits collection, "…To Be Loved: The Best of Papa Roach." The busy group also released a combination live/studio collection, "Time for Annihilation: On the Record & On the Road," in 2010.

Single "Still Swingin'" will lead the upcoming set, with the band posting a behind-the-scenes video teaser on Wednesday.

In June, the rock veterans held a video chat in Tommy Lee's studio to discuss the album, announcing they were "wrapping it up." According to singer Jacoby Shaddix, the music was crafted as his wife left him -- and as he got sober again.

"I was totally heartbroken and wanted to kill myself, so we wrote some songs and I got through it," he said, appearing to be in a lighter mood.

The album will land on the band's own Eleven Seven Music.