Buckcherry’s new Confessions CD is available now via Century Media Records and we recently had a chance to catch up with Buckcherry front man Josh Todd at the Carolina Rebellion music festival in Concord, NC.
Confessions is Buckcherry’s sixth studio album and first U.S. release for Century Media Records. It was produced by Keith Nelson and Marti Frederiksen (Aerosmith, Ozzy Osbourne) and features eclectic CD artwork by graffiti artist Ewok. The songs on Confessions merge punk grit, gutter attitude, honest storytelling, and razor sharp hooks, while the lyrics are tied together by the underlying theme of the Seven Deadly Sins.
The album’s first single “Gluttony” is impacting Active Rock in the U.S. and is steady climbing. We were dealing with a very nasty weather situation down at Carolina Rebellion with all of the rain and cold temperatures causing many of the band’s scheduled for Sunday, the final day of the festival, to bail out, however Buckcherry was not one of those bands, and they deserve the utmost respect for putting on one heck of an incredible performance for the eager crowd under those particular circumstances. At the time no one realized that Buckcherry would be the final band to grace the Carolina Rebellion stage but none the less they closed out Carolina Rebellion with a hard rocking bang.
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Photography Credit: Kaitlin Follmer