This year marks two decades of record-making for Buckcherry, and the group is pushing forward with a new album, “Warpaint,” a revamped band lineup and the kind of rowdy guitar rock sound that has always defined the group — even though guitar rock is almost entirely absent in today’s mainstream pop.
According to Buckcherry frontman Josh Todd, the group just keeps doing what it always has, creating honest music they love and trying to get in front of existing fans and newcomers who might like the band’s music.
“I’m just grateful to be in the game for 20 years. It’s really hard to do,” Todd said in a recent phone interview. “And to have eight records and 20 years in