BUCKCHERRY Sign With UNIVERSAL CANADA, Announce More West Coast Dates

Reunited Los Angeles hard rockers BUCKCHERRY have inked a deal with Universal Canada for the release of their latest album, "Fifteen" (issued in Japan in early October). The follow-up to 2001's "Time Bomb" was produced by guitarist Keith Nelson and is expected to receive a U.S. release in the first quarter of 2006.

BUCKCHERRY's current lineup is as follows:

Josh Todd (vocals)
Keith Nelson (guitar)
Jimmy Ashhurst (bass)
Stevie D. (guitar)
Xavier Muriel (drums)

In other news, BUCKCHERRY have announced more West Coast dates in December following their Japanese trek with MÖTLEY CRÜE. The group's schedule is now shaping up as follows:

Nov. 14 - Tokyo, JPN @ Club Quattro
Nov. 15 - Tokyo, JPN @ Club Quattro
Nov. 17 - Nagoya, JPN @ Club Quattro
Nov. 18 - Osaka, JPN @ Club Quattro
Nov. 19 - Tokyo, JPN @ Saitama Super Arena (w/ MÖTLEY CRÜE)
Nov. 20 - Tokyo, JPN @ Saitama Super Arena (w/ MÖTLEY CRÜE)
Nov. 21 - Hiroshima, JPN @ Sunplaza (w/ MÖTLEY CRÜE)
Nov. 23 - Osaka JPN @ Jo Hall (w/ MÖTLEY CRÜE)
Nov. 24 - Fukuoka, JPN @ Marine Messe (w/ MÖTLEY CRÜE)
Dec. 06 - Los Angeles, CA @ Whisky
Dec. 07 - Long Beach, CA @ Cohiba Lounge
Dec. 08 - San Diego, CA @ Cane's
Dec. 09 - Malibu, CA @ Malibu Inn
Dec. 13 - Los Angeles, CA @ Whisky
Dec. 14 - Long Beach, CA @ Cohiba Lounge
Dec. 15 - San Diego, CA @ Cane's
Dec. 16 - Malibu, CA @ Malibu Inn
Dec. 20 - Los Angeles, CA @ Whisky
Dec. 21 - Long Beach, CA @ Cohiba Lounge
Dec. 29 - Agoura Hills, CA @ Canyon Club

BUCKCHERRY recently shot a video for the track "Crazy Bitch" off "Fifteen". The band have also launched their first ever Podcast, available on iTunes as part of "The Pulse". Josh and Keith talk about recording the new album, the new bandmembers and the new songs. "The Pulse" is available for free via iTunes podcasting.

(Thanks: Michelle / www.litupagain.com)

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