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Papa Roach have infested the home goods game: Introducing the “Cut My Life into Pizzas” pizza cutter.
The rock act has unveiled a new line of home and kitchen wares cheekily dubbed “Broken Home Goods,” highlighted by the aforementioned ‘za cutter ($29.99) that parodies the opening line of Papa Roach’s iconic hit “Last Resort.”
The rest of the product line features similarly punny goods such as “Ego Drip” coffee ($29.99) — complete with “Grind These Beans into Pieces” travel tumbler ($39.99) — and the official Papa’s Kitchen apron ($29.99), which the band can be seen wearing above.
Combo bundles are also available for the pizza cutter and apron ($46.99) and the coffee/tumbler ($59.49). If you’ve got a nu-metal loving chef in your life, Jacoby Shaddix and company have got you covered.
Back in June, we reported on the lyrics for “Last Resort” suddenly dominating the search results for the Merriam-Webster Dictionary. It was symbolic of nu-metal’s recent surge in popularity, as a wave of nostalgia for the bygone era has led to multiple bands reuniting and the launch of the genre-celebrating Las Vegas festival Sick New World (the inaugural 2023 lineup having featured Papa Roach).
You can pick up the Papa Roach “Broken Home Good” collection via their merch store. Check out the band’s infomercial-style ad and a close-up of the pizza cutter below.
🍕"Cut My Life Into Pizza"🎶… and brew mornings with EGO DRIP!
Dive into our BROKEN HomeGoods collection – ready to INFEST your kitchen this holiday season.
— Papa Roach (@paparoach) November 3, 2023
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