BUCKCHERRY singer Josh Todd and guitarist Stevie D. have launched a new project called SPRAYGUN WAR. The duo's debut EP, "Into The Blackness", will be released on June 10. Fans who pre-order the EP will receive an instant grat track of "OMG" and can gain entry to the SPRAYGUN WAR EP release party on June 9 at Forgotten Saints in Los Angeles.
"Into The Blackness" track listing:
01. OMG 02. Booty Big And Wide 03. Turn Out The Lights 04. El Sicario 05. Fury
In a 2015 interview with 100% Rock, Todd stated about his love of hip-hop: "I went and saw 'Straight Outta Compton', which is the N.W.A. movie. I grew up in Orange County, California and 'Straight Outta Compton' was a huge record for me and all my friends, I used to get fucked up to that record and the story is incredible itself. I really enjoyed that. That was inspiring."
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Todd recently told Australia's Rolling Stone that BUCKCHERRY is working on an EP to follow last year's "Rock 'N' Roll" album.
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