September 30, 2016


Buckcherry Reflect on 10th Anniversary of Pivotal '15' Album

In 2002, after seven years together, Anaheim rockers Buckcherry decided to try a hiatus. Three years later, guitarist Keith Nelson tells Fuse, "we were all working day jobs." And they decided to do something about it.

Watch above as Nelson and vocalist Josh Todd discuss the 10th anniversary of the comeback album 15, named after the amount of days the shoestring-budget LP took to record. Released in North America in April 2006 (six months after it dropped in Japan), the record featured the No. 9 single "Sorry." It also spawned some shocking concert fornication during the song "Crazy Bitch."

Buckcherry's seventh album, Rock 'n' Roll, dropped in August 2015. Next, watch Fuse's throwback Buckcherry festival interview: