Infest is the second studio album and major-label debut by the American rock band Papa Roach. It was released on April 25, 2000 through DreamWorks Records, and became the 20th highest-selling album of 2000 in the United States. The sound of the album is nu metal and rap metal. Many of the album songs contains rapping and hip hop influences. It was certified 3 Platinum in the . on July 18, 2001, and peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Infest, released on April 25, 2000, is the sophomore album by Vacaville, CA natives Papa Roach. Much of the album contains rapping over Hard Rock and Metal melodies. This sub-genre has come to be known as nu-metal. This album was nominated for a Best New Artist Grammy. Infest sold over three million copies in . making it the 20th highest-selling album of 2000 in the United States. It sold seven million copies worldwide, peaking at on the Billboard charts.
Listen to music from Infest like Cold Inside, Terminal Nation & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Infest. There are mutliple artists with this name: 1) Infest was an influential American hardcore punk band, formed in Valencia, CA, suburb of Los Angeles, from 1986 to 1996. They were instrumental in pioneering powerviolence. Members were Joe Denunzio (vocals), Matt Domino (guitar), Dave Ring (bass) and Chris Clift (drums).
Split, 1990, Slap A Ham Records. 2. No Gain, No Pain (Live). Album, 2002, Deep Six Records. Instrumental recorded summer 1995 recorded vocals 2000.
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Papa Roach's debut album Infest quietly became a Top 20 hit in the first half of 2000, slipping underneath the radar of most pop critics and fans. It's easy to see why the pop elite passed them by, since the quartet just isn't hip, and since they are pushing an amalgam of every heavy sound that was popular in the late '90s.
|B2||Just Act Blind|
|B3||Kill The Peace|
|B4||Three Or Nothing|
NotesThese were divided among three of the members and they all made whatever covers for them they wanted to.
Color is either clear to clear with a purple swirl for the vinyl.
The labels are probably leftovers from the first two pressings. Some of these have the black on white labels and some have the red on white labels.
Various covers known to exist.
Regular Cover (5 copies)
Elvis (7 copies, some sources say 10 copies)
Break The Chain White
Break The Chain Blue
Break The Chain Red
Live Photo in Color
Live Photo in Black & White
|DB-03||Infest||Infest (7")||Draw Blank Records||DB-03||US||1991|
|DS-03, DB03||Infest||Infest (7", EP, RP, Sea)||Deep Six Records, Draw Blank Records||DS-03, DB03||US||1991|
|DB-03||Infest||Infest (7", RP)||Draw Blank Records||DB-03||US||1991|
|DS-03, DB03||Infest||Infest (7", EP, RP, Yel)||Deep Six Records, Draw Blank Records||DS-03, DB03||US||1991|
|DS51, none||Infest||Mankind (10", RE, Whi)||Deep Six Records, Draw Blank Records||DS51, none||US||2006|