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BUCKCHERRY RELEASES 'SCARFACE OF ROCK RECORDS' ON TUESDAY

Buckcherry follows up its 2013 album Confessions on Tuesday (August 19th) with a six-song EP called F***. Each of the record's six tracks makes extensive use of the F-word, including a cover of the Icona Pop hit "I Love It" re-imagined as "Say F*** It." Buckcherry singer Josh Todd told us that the idea of doing an EP came before the concept of doing one loaded with F-bombs: "We're huge fans of EPs. I grew up on 'em. Independent punk rock records is what I used to get. So it's something that Keith (Nelson, guitarist) and I talked about for a long time, and originally Confessions was gonna just be a seven-song EP. We were gonna just do seven songs, seven sins and that was it, but it turned into an LP. So we still wanted to do the EP and I'm like, 'Man, let's make the Scarface of rock records -- let's make a record with the most amount of f***s in it.'" .

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