Missing Keith Nelson
22 / 5
Been a fan for years. I don’t begrudge any bands moving forward when members leave, but Keith is missed on this album. Kind of like Aerosmith without Joe Perry. Josh and Keith had a unique synergy. That being said, not a bad album. “Bent” is catchy as hell and “Radio Song” is a singalong. But the rest kind of runs together. No “Gluttony” or “Next 2 U” or “Riding”. Just missing that little something. Hope they come back stronger on the next album.
44 / 5
“Reviews” make me nauseous because everyone believes they’re an expert on whatever it is they are reviewing. People actually review businesses for a living and it’s ridiculous. I’m not going to waste my time correcting people who think Johnny Cash wrote Hurt. As has been mentioned I don’t see the relevance here.
What I will say is this:
Buckcherry is not my favorite band, but they aren’t horrible. To give them 1 star because you watched Fox News before you had your coffee is inexcusable.
Wow, the misinformation on something so simple...
44 / 5
"Hurt" is a song by American industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails from their second studio album, The Downward Spiral (1994), written by band leader Trent Reznor. It was released on April 17, 1995 as a promotional single from the album. The song received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Rock Song in 1996, but ultimately lost to Alanis Morissette's "You Oughta Know". In 2002, "Hurt" was covered by Johnny Cash to commercial and critical acclaim; it was one of Cash's final hits released before his death, and the related music video is considered one of the greatest of all time by publications such as NME. Reznor praised Cash's interpretation of the song for its "sincerity and meaning", going as far as to say "that song isn't mine anymore."
What any of that has to do with "Head Like A Hole" is beyond my comprehension. Anyway, this is a good album. There's a few good songs on here. Not a huge fan of Buckcherry but to just detroy this record is silly.
11 / 5
I’m a Buckcherry fan, but this album is not very good. By far their worst.
55 / 5
Pretty great sounding album. Buckcherry has come a looong way.
11 / 5
For touching Nine Inch Nails, you guys are banned from picking up another instrument.
55 / 5
This album is awesome!
Reply to Aguy67890
55 / 5
Wow, giving a 1 star review just to post an incorrect statement? Johnny Cash covered NIN. Just because Johnny Cash was around long before NIN doesn't mean he couldn't cover a newer song. Anywho... love Buckcherry! Everything I can already listen to from the new album sounds great!!!
JC covered NIN
33 / 5
NIN recorded it in 94 I believe and JC covered it in 02. Changed some words. A lot of ppl think JC wrote it after his wife passed but that’s not the case. But so far so good on the record.
11 / 5
If you’re gonna cover NIN at least do it well. It's just a half assed cover with none of the elements that make the original good, and nothing else original to add to it. That and the rest of the songs so far are just bland and do not have anything good or original to offer.