Buckcherry's 'Confessions' is the highest-charting new album on this week's Billboard 200 chart, selling more than 18,000 copies to land at No. 20. In addition, the disc came in at No. 1 on the Hard Music Album and Metal Album charts. Meanwhile, on the digital charts, 'Confessions' maintained its No. 1 spot on the iTunes Rock Album Chart throughout the week.
When envisioning new music from Buckcherry, you know there'll be some foot-stomping, high-energy songs, typically about partying, women and heartbreak -- all delivered by singer Josh Todd's perfectly rock-weathered voice. On their new 'Confessions' album, they definitely have some of those touchtones, but that being said, Buckcherry also deserve a great deal of credit for delivering a well thought out concept album.
Buckcherry usually rock hard, but they've also shown they can lay their heart bare over the years, and 'Sorry' is a track that's a perfect example of that. The apologetic cut finds Josh Todd exclaiming, "I'm sorry I'm bad / I'm sorry you're blue / I'm sorry about all things I said to you," and attempting to win back the one true love of his life through song.
Buckcherry have a big year ahead of them with their upcoming album ‘Confessions,’ due out Feb. 19. The disc's first single 'Gluttony' is quickly rising up the rock charts, while the band is currently in the midst of a headlining trek before hitting the road with Kid Rock for an arena tour across the States.