This was first used on their major-label debut album (first internationally, second in the United States), Infest (2000) until their third album (second internationally), Lovehatetragedy (2002). This is shown on the spines and CD label for the physical version of the album Infest (2000). It is a revamped, more professional-looking version of the logo shown on Papa Roach's fifth and final pre-Infest release, their independent EP Let Em Know (1999).
Black variant as used for the main covers of Infest (2000) and Lovehatetragedy (2002). A red variant is seen on the CD label for the physical version of Lovehatetragedy (2002) and on the cover 2005 fan club-exclusive re-release of their independent studio album (or EP), the self-produced Old Friends From Young Years (1997).
This was used exclusively on their fourth album (third internationally), Getting Away With Murder (2004), as well as on the cover for their live DVD: Papa Roach - Live And Murderous In Chicago (2005).
This was used from their fifth album, The Paramour Sessions (2006) until their sixth album (fifth internationally), Metamorphosis (2009), as well as their greatest hits album ...To Be Loved: The Best Of Papa Roach (2010) and their hybrid live/studio album Time For Annihilation: On The Record & On The Road (2010). This is the black variant as used on the album Metamorphosis (2009) and their greatest hits album ...To Be Loved: The Best Of Papa Roach (2010).
Gold variant used on The Paramour Sessions (2006).
White variant used on their live CD/DVD package Time For Annihilation: On The Record & On The Road (2010). This was the last release to feature this logo until a new logo was created for the release of their seventh album (sixth internationally), The Connection (2012).
This was used on their seventh album (sixth internationally), The Connection (2012).
This was used on their eighth album (seventh internationally) F.E.A.R (2015). This logo is slightly tweaked from their 2006-2012 logo.
Logo was used on their ninth album (eighth internationally), Crooked Teeth (2017). This logo is reminiscent from their peak years.
Logo is currently used on their tenth album (ninth internationally) Who Do You Trust? (2019). This logo is reminiscent from the last one as used on their previous album Crooked Teeth (2017), because of having a strike crossed through the middle of the text.