Papa Roach ate some bugs—for a great cause, however.
Not only are the band celebrating 17 years of their sophomore record Infest, but they are also raising awareness for food scarcity.
The segment was featured on the First We Feast YouTube channel.
The video's description reads:
“Experts say that edible insects are the wave of the future—the UN has advised that eating protein-packed bugs could help fight world hunger, and everyone from energy-bar companies to haute-cuisine chefs are experimenting with putting insects in food. Watch Sean Evans get a crash course in bug cuisine, with rock-band Papa Roach riding shotgun. Big thanks to Bugible's Aly Moore (@bugible) for coming through with the crickets, grasshoppers, and scorpions!”
Papa Roach's new album, Crooked Teeth, arrives May 19 via Eleven Seven Music.
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