Buckcherry’s Upcoming EP Takes Aim At Censors
July 20, 2014
Buckcherry have announced plans to release a new EP, simply titled ‘Fuck’, on August 19th via their own label F-Bomb Records. The record is scheduled for release just days after the band joins Godsmack, Seether and Skillet on the Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival tour.
Never a band to play by the rules, Buckcherry has made a career out of pushing the boundaries and buttons of conventional rock music. Whether it’s a song audaciously celebrating the finest white flake (“Lit Up”), an homage to unstable and irresistible young ladies (“Crazy Bitch”) or an apologetic ballad (“Sorry”), Buckcherry have always done things their own way and it’s paid off with six highly successful studio albums and multiple hit singles over the last decade. And apparently they were only getting warmed up!
Buckcherry will return this summer with one of their boldest and most controversial releases to date, ‘Fuck’; a six-song EP that unapologetically rattles the speakers as much as it will the censors. The record features six balls-to-the-wall tracks that erupt with gritty riffs and sharp-tongued lyrics, including the upcoming radio single and riotous cover of Icona Pop’s hit song “I Love It”, which the band naturally cranks to 11 and renames “Say Fuck It”.
Additionally, Buckcherry has recently launched their “Singles Club” via PledgeMusic, where fans have the opportunity to sign up for a 6-month subscription to receive new, unreleased cover songs the band has recently recorded. Learn more at www.pledgemusic.com/projects/buckcherry.
‘Fuck’ track listing:
01. Somebody Fucked With Me
02. Say Fuck It
04. I Don’t Give A Fuck
05. It’s A Fucking Disaster
06. Fist Fuck
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