Album review: Buckcherry – Hellbound

The title-track to Buckcherry​’s ninth studio album not only boasts an AC/DC-sized stomper of a riff, it is essentially the California band’s own version of Highway To Hell. Inspired by the time a 15-year-old Josh Todd played his first show at an Orange County house party and knew that rock‘n’ oll had its claws in him, Hellbound recalls the start of a journey that’s still going stro...

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