Buckcherry’s fifth studio album, ALL NIGHT LONG, their first since the band’s move back to Top Independent Rock label Eleven Seven Music, has debuted at #10 on the Top Billboard Top 200 Album chart and was the #1 Rock debut. ALL NIGHT LONG is winning rave reviews from fans and critics alike…The New York Post called the album “A fun rock n’ roll tribute to hedonism”, while Classic Rock said, “It’s about a band playing to its instincts and leaving you with the promise that the winning streak ain’t no fluke.” Kerrang added, “The party is back on” and Spin dubbed Buckcherry, “Fist-pumping anthem-makers.”
The band continues their Top 10 success worldwide as they debuted at #7 on the overall chart in Canada (their highest chart position to date there) and scored their first Top 10 chart positions in the UK at #6 on the Independent Albums and #5 on the Rock and Metal charts, respectively.
Fans can catch a live performance of the album’s raucous title track on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” this Thursday, August 12th – on ABC at 12:05AM, ET/PT. The single has just broken in to the Top 10 of the Mainstream Rock radio chart, landing at #9 and is currently the #10 Rock song on iTunes.
Buckcherry is currently on the road playing select tour dates and will gear up for an extensive North American tour supporting Nickelback beginning September 14th in Nashville, TN at the Bridgestone Arena. Please see below for a full list of Buckcherry tour dates. In their more than decade-long career, multi-platinum artists Buckcherry have established themselves as a definitive hard rock band with a massive presence at radio. Hits such as “Lit Up,” “Crazy Bitch,” and “Sorry” have propelled the band’s sales to more than 3 million albums worldwide and have garnered Buckcherry two Grammy nominations. 2008’s BLACK BUTTERFLY was deemed the “Album Of The Year” by Entertainment Weekly and “Best Rock Album” by iTunes.
Buckcherry on tour:
14 Madison, WI Willow Island
16 Thunder Bay, ON Thunder Bay Community Auditorium
18 Edmonton, AB Edmonton Events Center
19 Calgary, AB The Back Alley
22 Tinley Park, IL First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre (with Aerosmith)
26 Nampa, ID Idaho Center Amphitheatre
28 Grand Junction, CO Rock Jam
29 Butte, MT Butte Civic Center
4 Jacksonville, FL Deppe Music Pavilion
9 Baltimore, MD Power Plant Live (Ravens kick-off)
10 Cherokee, NC Cherokee Motorcycle Rally
11 Noblesville, IN Verizon Wireless Music Center
Supporting Nickelback and with special guests Three Days Grace:
14 Nashville, TN Bridgestone Arena
15 Fort Wayne, IN Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
17 Pittsburgh, PA Consol Energy Center
18 Detroit, MI Joe Louis Arena
21 Buffalo, NY HSBC Arena
22 Albany, NY Times Union Center
24 Mansfield, MA Comcast Center for the Performing Arts
25 Hershey, PA Hersheypark Stadium
28 Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun
29 Newark, NJ Prudential Center
1 Columbus, OH Nationwide Arena
2 Cleveland, OH The Quickens Loan Arena
8 Lexington, KY Rupp Arena
10 North Little Rock, AK Verizon Arena
12 New Orleans, LA New Orleans Arena
15 Houston, TX Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
16 Oklahoma City, OK Ford Center
18 Denver, CO Pepsi Center
20 Salt Lake City, UT The Energy Solutions Arena
22 Anaheim, CA Honda Center
23 Sacramento, CA Arco Arena
26 Concord, CA Sleep Train Amphitheatre
27 Fresno, CA Save Mart Center
29 Phoenix, AZ Cricket Pavilion
30 Las Vegas, NV MGM Grand Garden Arena
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Baltimore, Maryland’s Sin 4 Sin recently sent us a copy of their new EP, 7 Deadly. Prior to receiving this CD, I haven’t heard of Sin 4 Sin before, so I had no expectations going into this CD. The opening song “Love Vice” quickly establishes the band’s influences of Guns N’ Roses & Skid Row, and shows a lot of promise for these Maryland rockers.
“Love Vice”, and “Fast, Hot Sleazy” are easily the best tunes on 7 Deadly. Both songs rock hard! You can hear a Sebastian Bach like growl with singer Brandon Hayden! I am glad to hear Hayden take some chances with his voice, and add some metal screams, instead of taking the easy way out like so many modern rock bands today.
Do I dare say that “I Quit Drinking (Again)” reminds me of the Beastie Boys? This song oscillates between heavy riffs, and a talking lyric by Brandon Hayden. It isn’t my favorite song on this EP, but this tune does get in my head.
The song title “She Can Pay the Bills in Ones” made me laugh the first time I read it. I bet you can guess what this song is about! This song reminds me a lot of the band The Last Vegas. With a little better production, Sin 4 Sin could have a hit on their hands with this tune.
Hopefully, 7 Deadly will get in the hands of some producers that can help out Sin 4 Sin. This band has a lot of potential. A few minor tweaks, here and there, and we could have another major hard rock band rockin’ the airwaves and concert halls!
1. Love Vice
2. I Quit Drinking (Again)
3. Fast, Hot, Sleazy
4. She Can Pay The Bills In Ones
5. Buy Me A Drink
6. Dirty Liar (demo)
7. Murderland (demo)
Sin 4 Sin is:
Brandon Hayden – vocals
Griff Callahan – guitar
Billy Williams – bass
Chain Saw – drums
Check out the brand new video from Slash, “Back From Cali” featuring Myles Kennedy (Alter Bridge) below!!