By Papa Roach
Love them or hate them, with over ten million album sales under their belt, you can't deny that Papa Roach have done alright for themselves, even if they've never really been 'hip.'
The second single to be lifted off their 'Metamorphosis' album, 'Lifeline' is more radio-friendly than first single 'Hollywood Whore.' While this may turn off fans of Papa Roach's angrier, more metal-tinged material, you can easily imagine arenas full of people lending their voices to the chorus. Its central line of "I've been looking for a lifeline / for what seems like a lifetime" may be painfully obvious, but its neat and snappy, and it'll have you singing along in no time, albeit against your better judgment.
'Lifeline's foot-stamping, clap-along arena rock is nothing new, but it's shot through with a shaky riff that gives it that touch of individuality, and ensures you won't be forgetting this one in a hurry.