BUCKCHERRY Announce AU/NZ 2016 Tour Dates



One of rock's great bands, Buckcherry will return to Australia and New Zealand this March.

Led by Josh Todd, a man who personifies rock n roll and anchored by guitarists Keith Nelson and Stevie D, drummer Xavier Muriel and bassist Kelly Lemieux,
Buckcherry will deliver a night of straight up good time rock and roll.

It’s going to be loud, it’s going to be sweaty, it’s going to be awesome!

Buckcherry have released seven full length albums of pure, unbridled rock since forming in 1995. Their latest, simply titled Rock N Roll sums up the bands ethos perfectly.
Rock and roll should make you want to do a few things, says Keith Nelson, “It should make you want to drive fast, fuck and dance”

And that it does, Buckcherry uphold the unwritten commandments of rock music:
Riotous energy, sexy swagger, primal chops and a lifestyle that can’t be switched off. They know no other way.

From their self titled debut album way back in 1999 which delivered unto the world anthems such as Lit Up and Dead Again, to 2006’s 15 which featured Crazy Bitch and Sorry,
to the infamous Fuck EP (where each song had everyones favourite F word in its title), and included the live staple Say Fuck It,
Buckcherry have the songs to make you move. And on album number seven, opening track Bring It On Back has the riffs and refrain of another BC classic.

Buckcherry will hit town soon.. oh yeah, you want it.

Sunday, March 13: Powerstation, Auckland
Monday, March 14: 170 Russell, Melbourne
Tuesday, March 15: Max Watts, Brisbane
Friday, March 18: Metro, Sydney
Saturday, March 19: Metropolis, Perth

Tickets on sale Friday, December 18 via

FB Event Page

Rock ‘n’ Roll is out via F-Bomb Records/Caroline

BUCKCHERRY To Release 7th Studio Album ‘Rock N Roll’ August 21

Friday, August 21, 2015
Los Angeles’ notorious, multi-platinum-selling rock band, BUCKCHERRY, will release their 7th studio album, Rock ‘n’ Roll, on August 21st via F-Bomb Records/Caroline Australia. In anticipation for the upcoming record, the band has just recently premiered a new track/video for their first single, “Bring It On Back,” you can view it ''HERE''
On their Rock ‘n’ Roll, the Los Angeles quintet—Josh Todd [vocals], Keith Nelson [guitar], Stevie D. [guitar], Xavier Muriel [drums], and Kelly LeMieux [bass]—staunchly uphold the commandments of rock music with an arsenal of new anthems primed to explode on impact and teeming with riotous energy, sexy swagger, and primal chops intact.  It’s something that the boys have done since day one, but it’s more necessary now than ever.
“There’s been so much talk about how rock ‘n’ roll is dead and all of this bullshit,” says Todd. “The funny thing is, that’s been going on since we put out our first record in 1999. We wanted to call the new album Rock ‘n’ Roll, because this is what we’ve been doing our whole lives. We focused on making a record that encompasses all of what we are. You get every flavor of Buckcherry.”
They rev up Rock ‘n’ Roll with the propulsive first single and opener “Bring It On Back.” From the jump, a robust guitar groove struts right alongside an unshakable refrain. It’s got the band’s signature hallmarks, but Todd pulled lyrical inspiration from a new source altogether. “When I’m not on the road, I race Go Karts for my hobby,” he says. “The song is really about racing. I had a driver named Kurt Busch in mind when I wrote the lyrics. They call him ‘The Outlaw,’ and he’s a badass. It captures that intensity of racing and the mentality. I love it.”
“Bring It On Back” is an immediate reminder that rock ‘n’ roll is alive and thriving in 2015. Buckcherry have added fuel to the genre’s fire for nearly two decades now. The Grammy Award-nominated outfit is responsible for smashes including “Lit Up” off their gold-certified 1999 self-titled debut as well as “Crazy Bitch” and “Sorry” from 2006’s platinum 15. Along the way, they’ve shared stages with everybody from AC/DC and Mötley Crüe to Slipknot and Rob Zombie, among others.
Rock ‘n’ Roll Track List:
Bring It On Back
Tight Pants
Wish To Carry On
The Feeling Never Dies
The Madness
Rain’s Falling
Sex Appeal
Get With It
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