Monday, June 21, 2021

New Music Arriving Soon From Heavy-Hitters Buckcherry and Light The Torch

On June 25th, Buckcherry are preparing to unleash their new studio album "Hellbound" through the Round Hill Music label. It is the band's first release on their new label and will be available in a number of different formats, including a limited edition smoke-colored vinyl. Their new ten song release kicks off with the countdown of "54321," which blast down the doors with the band's signature, heavy, hard-hitting sound, which sets the stage for the rest of the album's new tracks. Next comes the swift rhythm of the bluesy hard rock shuffle of "So Hott" and the raw, guitar-driven rocker "Hell Bound." Buckcherry take a step toward the mainstream with the less edgy feel of "No More Lies," before flexing their hardcore muscle one more time with the aggressive attack of "Here I Come." They wrap up their new album with the Aerosmith-style blues rock of "Junk," along with the power ballad "The Way" and the final sonic blast of "Barricade." After not be able to tour in 2020, Buckcherry have a extensive list of shows. For a complete list of tour dates and to find out more about their new album "Hellbound," please visit

Also arriving June 25th is the sophomore effort from the Los Angeles trio Light The Torch titled "You Will Be The Death Of Me," which will be released through Nuclear Blast Records. The new twelve-track release begins with the aggressive feel of the opener "More Than Dreaming" and the big, epic sounding delivery of "Let Me Fall Apart." The band's hardcore metal sound shines with the chugging guitars and screaming vocals of "End Of The World," while "Death Of Me" directs their sound to the mainstream with a more melodic tone to the music and singing. Light The Torch speed up the tempo with the swift, hard-hitting rhythm of "Living With A Ghost," before slowing the music down once again for the emotional chorus "I Hate Myself." They wrap up their new album with the heavy metal attack of "Denying The Sin" and a dark, moody cover of Terence Trent D'Arby's "Sign Your Name." To find out more about Light The Torch and their latest release "You Will Be The Death Of Me," please visit

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