Buckcherry have given their all for audiences over the last few years, and now they're taking it a step further. The group is letting the cameras roll on a film that will mirror the themes of their new album, 'Confessions.'
Seether are the latest act to organize their own festival, but this one has an extra angle to it. The band is using the platform to put the spotlight on a cause as well as showcasing a great day of music.
Buckcherry have been wrapping up the recording of their forthcoming concept album called 'Confessions,' but took some time out to explain why the new song 'Wherever I Go' appears on the 'Avengers Assemble' disc and not their upcoming album.
Buckcherry’s latest disc is due out in September and we now know that it will be called ‘Confessions.’ Here’s another confession: the band is also planning to release a short film along with the new disc that they hope will eventually make its way to small film festivals.
Buckcherry have shared a minute-long audio clip of the song 'Wherever I Go.' The tune has prime placement on 'Avengers Assemble,' the soundtrack to 'Marvel's The Avengers,' which is easily one of the most hyped and talked about action films of the summer.
Rock ‘n’ roll boys Buckcherry are back, and they’re hitting the road this spring on a headlining jaunt with support from 'American Idol' guy James Durbin and fellow hard rockers Redlight King. The tour kicks off April 21 in San Antonio, Texas.
Buckcherry are working on their latest album and offered not one but two video diaries of the process. The band provided an in-depth, keyhole look at the crafting of songs. They didn't hide some of the frustrations and arguments that are a result of making music with other creative people. This footage makes you feel like part of the gang.
Singer Josh Todd and guitarist Keith Nelson of Buckcherry joined ex-Queen and Bad Company vocalist Paul Rodgers as the featured guests on last night's (Jan. 7) episode of 'That Metal Show.' The guest guitarist was John 5, who currently shreds alongside Rob Zombie.
The Canadian Broadcast Standards Council is down with the 'Crazy Bitch.' It has just been reported that the CBSC ruled recently that a radio station in Ottawa, Canada, did not violate a code of ethics established by the nation's broadcasters by playing the Buckcherry tune 'Crazy Bitch' earlier this year.
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