Buckcherry announces final 2022 tour dates

Following a run with Alice Cooper, Buckcherry has announced the final 2022 dates in support of its ninth studio album, "Hellbound," which was released in June 2021. The final dates encompass shows in the United States, Canada, New Zealand and Australia. VIP packages will be available for most shows. The band also will perform on the October/November KISS Kruise.  After finishing up the... Continue Reading →

Buckcherry premieres ‘54321’ video, adds tour dates with Blacktop Mojo, Sumo Cyco

Buckcherry has premiered a music video for "54321," the fifth clip from its ninth studio album, 2021's "Hellbound" (review).  The video, shot on tour dates in Dallas and Oklahoma City, was directed by KasterTroy. The video follows clips for the tracks "So Hott," "Hellbound," "Wasting No More Time" and "Gun." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6knT-oiq4wM&feature=youtu.be Buckcherry also has announced the third leg of the 2022 "Hellbound" tour, starting April... Continue Reading →

Buckcherry to team up with The Lacs for 2022 co-headline tour

After playing 100 shows in 2021, Buckcherry will kick off 2022 with a co-headlining run with country rap rock band The Lacs.  The 15-date tour will start Jan. 7 in Kyle, Texas. Buckcherry will perform an additional eight shows headlining. Core will support on all shows. Tickets for all shows go on sale Friday, Nov. 12, and VIP packages can... Continue Reading →

Buckcherry premieres ‘Gun’ video

Buckcherry has premiered the video for the track "Gun" taken from its current release "Hellbound" (read Live Metal's review). This is the fourth video from "Hellbound" following "So Hott," "Hellbound" and "Wasting No More Time." "Gun" is an homage to the exploits of the legendary 1930s bank robbers Bonnie and Clyde. The video, edited by Stephen Wiggins, features live band performance footage shot at... Continue Reading →

Buckcherry is ‘Hellbound’ on June 25

Buckcherry will release its ninth studio album, "Hellbound," on June 25, 2021. The 10-track record was produced by Marti Frederiksen, who previously produced the band's fourth album, "Black Butterfly," and co-wrote one of Buckcherry's biggest hits, "Sorry." Frederiksen co-wrote the majority of "Hellbound" with vocalist Josh Todd and guitarist Stevie D. The album was recorded in Nashville in November... Continue Reading →

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