The band will release their new record in September
The record is the follow-up to 2010's All Night Long and it should be released in the autumn.
"It's gonna be a little bit different [than our previous albums]," Buckcherry singer Josh Todd told Oklahoma's Z94 radio station in a new interview. "It's definitely a heavier, musically, record than we've ever had, and more melodic. It's pretty intense, but everybody's gonna love it - it's quintessential Buckcherry at the end of the day. But we have all those peaks and valleys. That's what we want on all our records - dynamics - and I think people are gonna dig it."
He added, "At the end of the day, we're a rock and roll band, and we know that. And these are the type of records that we wanna listen to, so that's what we wanna create. We don't wanna make it hard for the listener to figure it all out; that's just a drag. I hate it when I get records that I'm just like, 'I don't get it. I don't understand what they're doing here.' We don't want that. We want it to be really easy to remember, but have substance and all of that, and it's tricky. That art of doing that is you have to write a lot of songs."
The band will also record a short film to go with the new album.
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