Buckcherry's 'Crazy B-tch' is an anthem that is normally reserved for ladies at strip clubs who like to dance for dollars. Never in our wildest dreams did we think that a bride, dressed in white, would waltz down the aisle to someone karaoking the song. But that's just what happens in this clip.
Music videos, at their creative apex, can tell a compelling and visually interesting story within a mere span of three to four minutes. Buckcherry go that extra mile with 'Nothing Left But Tears,' a dark, surreal and haunting look at a man's spiritual descent.
A motel murder and a trip through darkened and seemingly haunted forests are just a few of the images viewers will soak up with the new Buckcherry music video for 'Nothing But Tears.' The group released a making of video to give their fans a deeper look at the creative process behind this surreal narrative which features most of the band members in heavy makeup.
Buckcherry's Josh Todd has written a short film as a companion to the band's new album, Confessions, which is largely based on the seven deadly sins. One of the more impactful songs on the 13-track album is "Sloth" about his father's suicide...