Posts Tagged ‘Buckcherry’

Josh Todd & the Conflict

Josh Todd & the Conflict, featuring Buckcherry members Josh Todd (vocals) and Stevie D. (guitar), have unveiled thenew music video for the title track off their debut album, Year of the Tiger, due Sept. 15 on Century Media Records.

The clip, directed by theChris Cuffaro (Pearl Jam, George Michael), is the first of three videos shot as a mini-concert this past May in the band’s hometown of Los Angeles. The other two videos will be released over the next few months. See below to check out the new video and access the pre-order links for the new album. The band will be touring worldwide throughout 2017/2018. (more…)

The Wild!

The Wild!

Canadian rockers The Wild has debuted a new single titled “Ready to Roll” and announced a Feb. 17, 2017, release date of its new album, Wild at Heart. Listen to the song below.

This is a straight up Wild! song through and through, man,” says vocalist and lead guitarist Dylan Villain. “To me, it’s all about freedom and goin’ that extra mile when things need to be done. Whatever it is. Whenever it is. Whether we’ve been on the road for months playin’ shows or you’re still on from last night and gotta go to work the next day … Was it worth it? Hell yeah, it was worth it. We’re ready to roll.” (more…)

Buckcherry

Buckcherry

Buckcherry, a rock ‘n’ roll band best known for cocaine and crazy bitches, got serious on its 2013 release, Confessions, a concept album based on the Seven Deadly Sins. But the fun is back on its latest offering, an EP titled simply Fuck. All six songs have that popular four-letter word in their titles, including the first single, a rocked-up cover of the ubiquitous Icona Pop hit “I Love It,” rechristened “Say Fuck It.” The band is starting the promotion of the new release with a stint headlining the second stage of the Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival, which also features Godsmack, Seether, Skillet and many more. When the tour came through Camden, New Jersey, Live Metal’s Greg Maki sat down with guitarist Keith Nelson to talk Fuck and more. (more…)

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Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival. Photos by Greg Maki. (more…)

The battle is on, as the Ernie Ball Battle of the Bands returns to the Rockstar Energy UPROAR Festival for a fourth consecutive year in 2014. The annual competition is underway now for most dates on the touring rock music and lifestyle festival, and runs through Sept. 12 (deadlines vary by market). Bands can enter the Ernie Ball Battle Of The Bands—and fans can vote for their favorite band—at http://uproar.battleofthebands.com. Bands will be chosen one week prior to the venue they’ve selected to play. (more…)

The Rockstar Energy Uproar Festival will kick off year five on Aug. 15 in Detroit with a lineup that includes multiplatinum main stage bands Godsmack and Seether,along with Skillet, Buckcherry, Pop Evil, Escape the Fate, Redlight King, 3 Years Hollow, Within Reason, New Medicine, Sons of Revelry (2013 Uproar Battle of the Bands winner), SuicideGirls burlesque show, These Raven Skies and Tattered.

Initial tour dates are listed below, and additional tour dates for the Aug. 15 to Sept. 21 trek will be announced soon. (more…)

Chris Cornell of Soundgarden

Chris Cornell of Soundgarden

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Chris Cornell of Soundgarden

Chris Cornell of Soundgarden

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Rock on the Range 2013. Photos by Greg Maki. (more…)

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Photos by Greg Maki (more…)

Greg Tribbett of HellYeah

Greg Tribbett of HellYeah

It’s hard to think of a band better suited to the Jägermeister Music Tour than HellYeah, a band that instantly seemed to become known for partying and drinking. So it comes as no surprise to learn Jäger flows freely on the HellYeah tour bus, which is often a dangerous place for unprepared members of other bands. “They don’t like to hang around HellYeah too much,” says guitarist Greg Tribbett. Of course, this wouldn’t matter if the band couldn’t bring it musically, as well. Two albums in (the sophomore release, Stampede, was released in July 2010), HellYeah is running strong, and though months of touring remain on the current cycle, one member at least is talking already about making record No. 3 darker and heavier. Before the Jäger tour’s recent stop at Rams Head Live in Baltimore, just a few months after their first encounter at the Uproar Festival, Live Metal’s Greg Maki hopped aboard the HellYeah bus to get the latest from Tribbett. (more…)

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Photos by Greg Maki (more…)