Buckcherry singer Josh Todd Says New Album Has ‘No Fillers’

November 28, 2022

Buckcherry singer Josh Todd was recently interviewed by Australia’s Silver Tiger Media and talked about the follow up to last year’s “Hellbound” album. You’ll be happy to hear that the band has once again worked with producer Marti Frederiksen (Aerosmith, Def Leppard, Jonny Lang, Sheryl Crow). So expect a polished sound!

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.”

Asked about the band’s approach to songwriting, Todd said, “The formula for us is to have no fillers — having a great record from beginning to end. 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.”

And could the interviewer get an album title outta Todd? “[There is] no title yet. We’ll see. We’ve been throwing around some stuff but haven’t agreed on anything yet.”

You may recall that earlier this month, Todd talked to Australia’s Metal Mal and said the new album “will be coming next year, sometime probably beginning of summer.” The band was scheduled to be in-studio on November 4.

Buckcherry’s last album, “Hellbound”, was released in June 2021 and is the follow-up to 2019’s “Warpaint”.

In the summer of ’20, the band grabbed Jetboy’s Billy Rowe as their new guitarist. Rowe replaced Kevin Roentgen.

Can’t wait to hear what they have up their (tattooed) sleeves! Still lots of miles left in these rockers!


Written by Todd Hancock