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BUCKCHERRY

Confessions

(Eleven Seven Music)

Reviewed by : Aaron Small
Rating : 9.0

They’ve been ‘Lit Up’ and ‘Too Drunk To Fuck’, now on their sixth studio album, BUCKCHERRY tackles The Seven Deadly Sins. Guitarist Keith Nelson admits Confessions is “darker and nastier” than anything the band has done previously, but that’s a good thing. The guys come out swinging on album opener and first single ‘Gluttony’; a hip-shaker to the core. ‘Wrath’ begins with a killer bass line courtesy of Jimmy Ashurst, and up next is ‘Nothing Left But Tears’, the first of six non-sin songs. Throughout each of the 13 tracks, vocalist Josh Todd’s lyrics are “very personal,” none more so than ‘Sloth’ which deals with his father’s suicide; a tragedy that befell Josh when he was only ten years old. Unguarded honesty combined with alluring hooks equals truly seductive songs. ‘The Truth’ is a beautiful ballad, ‘Seven Ways To Die’ is a first class rocker, and ‘Pride’ is just plain cool. Flawless songwriting and perfect production – who wouldn’t be envious? The deluxe edition has two extra tracks: ‘Give ‘Em What They Want’, which sounds like it could be a SLASH tune, and the punk infused ‘When The Fire Starts’, as well as a bonus DVD. In addition to the ‘Gluttony’ music video and lyric video, the DVD features revealing interviews with the band members detailing The Story Behind Confessions – which is some of Buckcherry’s best work.



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