BUCKCHERRY Members Talk About What's Inspired Their Videos

Metal Hammer TV has posted a five-minute video clip of BUCKCHERRY's Keith Nelson and Stevie D. talking about what's inspired their videos and how the whole "interpretation" thing got going. Watch the footage below.

BUCKCHERRY has announced its milestone 300th live show in support of its most recent album, "15", slated for December 15 at Las Vegas' House of Blues. The concert marks the end of an amazing year for the band — "15" has proven a triumph, spending a remarkable 82 weeks on the Billboard 200 on its way towards RIAA platinum certification for sales above 1 million units. "Sorry", the fifth and most recent single, is currently ascending the top 25 at Hot AC outlets nationwide, and the album's first blockbuster hit single, "Crazy Bitch", earned the band a 2007 Grammy Awards nomination in the "Best Hard Rock Performance" category. In addition, "Crazy Bitch" recently celebrated a full year in the Nielsen Ringscan Top 30 — the only track to do so in the chart's history. "Crazy Bitch" has been certified as a Platinum Master Ringtone by the RIAA.

On November 20, the band will release an MVI edition of "15", a PC/MAC-compatible DVD which will feature full album audio, downloadable files for every song, previously unreleased live tracks (including "Everything", "Next 2 You", and "Crazy Bitch"), videos, an exclusive photo gallery, complete lyrics, U-Myx (which allows fans to create their own custom remixes of "Crazy Bitch" and "Everything"), plus a variety of digital extras (such as ringtones, screen savers, buddy icons, and wallpapers). In addition, fans who register their "15" MVI can unlock future content as it becomes available.


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