Buckcherry's highly anticipated 'Confessions' album arrives today, but the band is giving fans a chance to take a listen to the disc before picking it up. The group is currently streaming the disc online at Noisecreep and it can be heard here.
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 busy year ahead of them with the release of their sixth studio album ‘Confessions,’ which drops Feb. 19. They are also in the midst of a U.S. tour with Kid Rock that runs through early April.
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.
We recently reported that Buckcherry unleashed their brand new single 'Gluttony' off of their forthcoming album 'Confessions.' The band is now offering a free download of the track for today (Dec. 10) only.
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