LA’s finest rock band Buckcherry are set to release a new album ‘Confessions’ on February 19th 2013 via Eleven Seven Music excluding USA where it will be on Century Media.
‘Confessions’ is based on the seven deadly sins, and is part of a larger vision that includes a film written by frontman Josh Todd, who based the album’s lyrics on his childhood, and subsequent journey into adulthood.
Says Todd “This is our coolest album yet and I think a lot of people will relate to it. If you love BC you are going to get a chance to be part of a great story – join the revolution and let’s rock!” “This is, by far, our most ambitious record,” says guitarist Keith Nelson. “We are very proud of the work we’ve done and we are looking forward to presenting it to our fans.”
Buckcherry’s last album, 2010′s ‘All Night Long’ debuted at No. 10 on the Billboard 200 and spawned the singles ‘Dead,’ ‘It’s a Party’ and ‘All Night Long’. Their most successful album was 2006′s ’15,’ which made them an international platinum selling phenomenon and featured the major rock hit ‘Crazy Bitch’ as well as the cross-over smash ‘Sorry.’
The band have also added a further 5 dates to their forthcoming UK tour which kicks off at Nottingham’s Rock City on November 20th, and ends up at Brighton’s Concorde on December 7th, taking in a headline set at Hard Rock Hell VI Festival on December 2nd along the way.
Merging punk grit, gutter attitude, honest storytelling, and razor sharp hooks, Buckcherry don’t play by the rules. Their no-frills approach to making music was solidified from the beginning, when Josh Todd (vocals) and Keith Nelson (guitar) started cutting tracks in Todd’s bedroom, and finally grew into a quintet with Stevie D (guitar), Jimmy Ashhurst (bass) and Xavier Muriel (drums). Live, these five musicians can bring any crowd to its feet. Barely taking a break, the band relentlessly tours every corner of the world playing with everyone from AC/DC to Slipknot, touring sold-out arenas alongside Nickelback and KISS, and headlining festivals ranging from the punk rock Ink-N-Iron to Sturgis. Radio staples.
Buckcherry are one of the most sought-after bands on radio and live circuits, and Confessions is primed to take the band to even greater heights.
Last seen in the UK at Download 2011, when they also played their own headline show to a packed Electric Ballroom, their UK tour dates are as follows:
Tue Nov 20th Rock City, Nottingham,
Wed Nov 21st HMV Institute Birmingham
Fri Nov 23rd Roadmender, Northampton
Sat Nov 24th Waterfront, Norwich,
Sun Nov 25th Manchester Academy 2, UK
Tue Nov 27th The Cockpit, Leeds, UK
Wed Nov 28th Corporation, Sheffield, UK
Thur Nov 29th O2 Academy Newcastle, UK
Sat Dec 1st Garage, Glasgow, UK
Sun Dec 2nd Hard Rock Hell VI
Mon Dec 3rd Trinity, Bristol, UK
Wed Dec 5th Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth, UK
Thur Dec 6th Electric Ballroom, London, UK
Fri Dec 7th Concorde 2, Brighton, UK