RockNLive.org conducted an interview with vocalist Josh Todd of Californian rockers BUCKCHERRY after the band's November 20 concert at Le Forum in Vauréal, France. You can now watch the chat below.
BUCKCHERRY's sixth studio album, "Confessions", sold 18,000 copies in the United States in its first week of release to land at position No. 20 on The Billboard 200 chart. The CD was produced by guitarist Keith Nelson and Marti Frederiksen (AEROSMITH, OZZY OSBOURNE) and features eclectic CD artwork by graffiti artist Ewok.
"Confessions" is a loose concept album that revolves around the notion of the seven deadly sins and is inspired by events in singer Josh Todd's childhood.
Todd has helped co-write a short film that will expand upon the record's themes. It's not clear yet how the film will be distributed.
Todd said that "Confessions" is "definitely a heavier, musically, record than we've ever had, and more melodic. It's quintessential BUCKCHERRY at the end of the day."
BUCKCHERRY announced last month that it had parted ways with its longtime bassist Jimmy Ashurst.
A new BUCKCHERRY compilation, "The Best Of Buckcherry", came out on October 29 via Eleven Seven Music.
The liner notes for "The Best Of Buckcherry" were written by renowed by radio personality and "That Metal Show" co-host Eddie Trunk.