BUCKCHERRY Singer, Guitarist Launch JOSH TODD & THE CONFLICT

BUCKCHERRY Singer, Guitarist Launch JOSH TODD & THE CONFLICT

One of the most prolific hard rock vocalist of all time, Josh Todd (BUCKCHERRY) has returned with an amazing and dynamic new project appropriately dubbed JOSH TODD & THE CONFLICT. The group has just signed a worldwide deal with Century Media Records and plans to release its debut offering, "Year Of The Tiger", early fall.

In the meantime, JOSH TODD & THE CONFLICT will kick off this brand new partnership by headlining the label's sponsored stage at KISW's Pain In The Grass festival on June 24, alongside such acts as FOZZY, LIKE A STORM and many others.

Todd states: "It was time for me to make a record. It has been two years since I put out new music and that's a long time for me.

"I am a student of the game and this was an opportunity to not just make a traditional-sounding rock record like I have been doing in the past.

"THE CONFLICT stuff is heavy, melodic and honest, with a lot of risk taking and these are the records that bring out the best in me.

"Stevie D [BUCKCHERRY] and I wrote all the songs and it was a long time coming. He also co-produced the record with Eric Kretz (from STONE TEMPLE PILOTS) and we had a lot of fun doing it.

"After working with Stevie beating a lot of songs into shape, we started understanding our songwriting language.

"Stevie is a well-rounded musician and we are in the zone on this one. Both of us are in the same boat in every aspect of our lives and have been friends since I was 19.

"This record is a divine intervention with a lot more to come.

"The record is called 'Year Of The Tiger' and we are coming to every nook and cranny of the world to pulverize and mesmerize, put it on turn it up and go kick some ass!

"These guys are great people and amazing players and it comes off live in a BIG way. You don't want to miss it."

JOSH TODD & THE CONFLICT is:

Josh Todd - Vocals
Stevie D - Guitars/Back-Up Vocals
Sean Winchester - Drums
Greg Cash - Bass

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