With past tales about getting lit up and warnings about crazy b*tches, rock n’ roll outlaws Buckcherry continue to fan the flames of classic hard rock on new record, Vol. 10.
The 11 track Vol. 10 features new Buckcherry originals and, as a bonus track, a cover of the Bryan Adams classic "Summer Of 69." The album was produced by Marti Frederiksen and recorded at Sienna Studios in Nashville.
Speaking of the new album, the band explains, “Vol. 10 is our 10th record, not too many bands get to hit that mark and we take it very seriously by pouring our heart and souls into this effort. We labored over the songwriting to give the listener a profound rock n’ roll experience and to also make this record unforgettable. Enjoy the journey and come celebrate with us at a venue near you."
Sticking to their guns as always, no matter what’s going on in the world, you can always count on Buckcherry for a good time and positive outlook on life, as heard on the singles that previewed the record, “Good Time,” “Let’s Get Wild,” and “Shine Your Light.”
Singer Josh Todd puts the first track into perspective, “I really try to live my life one day at a time, stay in gratitude and make sure I’m aware of always focusing on the good in life. ‘Good Time’ is a song that reflects that and illustrates through song the exact spirit of what makes Buckcherry so special live."
After performing 238 shows in support of their previous album, Hellbound, the band is again hitting the road for an extensive touring in support of Vol. 10 with co-headliner Skid Row.