Buckcherry have been singing about excess with their new single, 'Gluttony,' and now they're sharing a visual representation of the sin with their latest music video.

The band recently shot the clip at a church in North Hollywood, Calif., with actor-turned-director Billy Jayne overseeing the shoot. The video finds Josh Todd and the band leading the congregation toward temptation. Guitarist Keith Nelson says of Jayne's contribution, "It was really refreshing to see his take on what we're doing because he totally gets the music, he's connecting with it, and he's taking it to a different place than a guy who does videos for a living. We got a guy who actually makes movies and TV shows to put his spin on it and it's been really positive."

Todd recently told Loudwire about the track, "It's just about trying to control your behavior. They always say that you have to do everything in moderation and that's never been my experience. One is okay, two is better, three is fantastic and four is the best. I want to consume everything. I want to go big or go home. I'm either on 11 or I'm asleep."

The vocalist also tells Noisecreep, who premiered the clip, "Because the record is called 'Confessions,' we filmed the video in a church. We got Jesus down here -- which is killer --- and we got a lot of our fans in it, which is amazing. They came out on their own time and have really put a lot of sweat equity, so thank you to them." In the video itself, the full congregation seem to be giving in to excess, while one member remains to fight temptation, only to have both Todd and Jesus bending his ear throughout the clip.

The 'Confessions' album is due in stores Feb. 19, but fans may pre-order the disc right here. Buckcherry have tour dates booked with Kid Rock that were scheduled through early March, but a second leg has just been added, with the trek now extended into April. Check out the full itinerary below the video.

Watch Buckcherry's 'Gluttony' Video [via Noisecreep]

Kid Rock / Buckcherry / Hellbound Glory 2013 Tour:
2/2 -- Kansas City, Mo. -- Sprint Center
2/5 -- Springfield, Mo. -- JQH Arena
2/7 -- Beaumont, Texas -- Ford Park Event Center
2/9 -- Tulsa, Okla. -- BOK Center
2/10 -- Wichita, Kan. -- INTRUST Bank Arena
2/13 -- Bossier City, La. -- CenturyLink Center
2/15 -- Nashville, Tenn. -- Bridgestone Arena
2/16 -- Greenville, S.C. -- Bi-Lo Center
2/18 -- Fort Myers, Fla. -- Germain Arena
2/20 -- Pensacola, Fla. -- Pensacola Civic Center
2/21 -- New Orleans, La. -- New Orleans Arena
2/23 -- Birmingham, Ala. -- BJCC Arena
2/24 -- Huntsville, Ala. -- Von Braun Center
2/26 -- Greensboro, N.C. -- Greensboro Coliseum Complex
2/27 -- Knoxville, Tenn. -- Knoxville Civic Auditorium
3/1 -- Memphis, Tenn. -- FedEx Forum
3/2 -- Louisville, Ky. -- KFC Yum! Center
3/18 -- Sioux Falls, S.D. -- Sioux Falls Arena
3/20 -- Madison, Wis. -- Memorial Coliseum At Alliant Energy Center
3/22 -- Toledo, Ohio -- The Huntington Center
3/23 -- Columbus, Ohio -- Nationwide Arena
3/25 -- Youngstown, Ohio -- Covelli Center
3/26 -- Ft. Wayne, Ind. -- Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
3/28 -- Bloomington, Ill. -- U.S. Cellular Coliseum
3/29 -- Omaha, Neb. -- CenturyLink Center
4/1 -- Evansville, Ind. -- Ford Center
4/3 -- Grand Rapids, Mich. -- Van Andel Arena
4/5 -- Saginaw, Mich. -- Dow Event Center
4/6 -- Saginaw, Mich. -- Dow Event Center