Buckcherry have announced their tenth studio album, Vol. 10, and shared a video for its leads single, “Good Time.”
The “Good Time” visuals, directed by Tom Flynn and Mike Watts, were recorded in Los Angeles.
Vol. 10, which marks the hard-rocking band’s tenth album, is scheduled for release on CD and digitally on June 2.
The Marti Frederiksen-produced 11-track album features 10 new Buckcherry originals and a cover of the Bryan Adams classic “Summer of 69” as a bonus track.
Speaking about the upcoming album, Buckcherry singer Josh Todd said, “It’s just a new body of work. It’s where we’re at today. The songs are really well written, and I think people are gonna really, really love it. There is no overall [lyrical] theme. You’ll enjoy it.”
The band’s songwriting approach this time was to have no fillers – having a great record from beginning to end, he told Silver Tiger Media.
“That’s what we want – we want to be able to have these unforgettable songs and melodies. And if they don’t sound great, we just don’t put ’em on records,” he added.
Buckcherry’s extensive co-headlining tour with Skid Row, in support of Vol. 10, began in Bowler, WI, last week.
(Photo: Ashley Ann Caven)
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