Buckcherry Put Out Open Casting Call for New Music Video
Buckcherry are definitely moving forward in getting their 'Confessions' album to the fans. The latest step they've taken is setting a date to shoot a video for one of the songs off the disc, and you could be part of the clip if you fit the prerequisites for the casting call.
The band has put out the word that they'll be shooting a video for an unspecified track in North Hollywood, Calif., on Tuesday (Nov. 13) and they need people in the Los Angeles area to take part.
The group has asked for males and females between the ages of 18-35 that have the looks of skaters, punks and rock 'n' rollers. They ask that those taking part be high-energy individuals and that they bring two to three changes of clothing as options.
As for the clothing, it's important that there be no labels on what you're wearing, as articles with sports teams, band names and highly visible brands may result in the footage not being used due to copyright issues.
Shooting starts at 9AM on Nov. 13 at the First Christian Church at 4390 Colfax Avenue in North Hollywood. Any questions about the shoot can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The group recently revealed that 'Confessions' is now expected in early 2013. The band has taken a little longer on the disc, as it's a more focused effort that could loosely be called a concept record. Singer Josh Todd penned a lot of the songs about his youth and transformation in adulthood, and there's reportedly a film that will correspond with the album release in the works.