Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Aftershock review: Buckcherry

One of the bands that I enjoyed very much at Aftershock was Buckcherry.

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Rock. Just rock.

No hardcore-rap-screaming. Just good, solid rock. Enjoyable.

I liked that.

Buckcherry's latest album, Confessions, is available now.

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They are on tour: going to Brazil, then off to Europe and all around the UK (if I still lived near Leicester, I could have nipped off to both the Coventry and the Nottingham shows. We appreciate good music, over there across the pond. We have national health care there too. Did I really say that out loud? I guess so... well it's been one of those days. If you're reading this sometime in the future, today is the day the US government shut down because of political posturing and squabbling over the provision of health services to all citizens, and the way it's planned to be funded.).

Anyone noticed yet how all the big rock bands play the UK all the time? It's because we Brits appreciate good music. Oh and wait... didn't we start it all in the first place?

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And then Buckcherry are off to Australia, too. World tour it is!

To see more photos, click on any image above, or go directly to the Buckcherry gallery.

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