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Buckcherry heading to the UK 

added: 25 Sep 2012 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk 

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L.A's finest rock act, Buckcherry will be returning to UK shores this autumn for a headline tour.

The band will play 8 dates, starting at Nottingham's Rock City on Nov 20th 2012 and finishing at London's Electric Ballroom on Dec 6th as well as headlining Hard Rock Hell VI Festival on Dec 2nd.

With their third album '15', Buckcherry became an international platinum-selling phenomenon, moving over one million copies in the US alone, this was consolidated on 2010's 'All Night Long' which propelled the band's sales to over 3 Million. Buckcherry wii release sixth album 'Confessions' in January 2013.

Says Josh Todd: "Looking forward to getting back to the UK and fucking shit up over there, we have a great new record coming out soon and these shows will lay the foundation for a rock n' roll revolution!"

Live, these five musicians can bring any crowd to its feet. Barely ever taking a break, the band relentlessly tours every corner of the world from the U.S. and South America to Germany, Japan, Australia, and the UK. Last seen in the UK at Download 2011, when they also played to a packed Electric Ballroom, Buckcherry's 2012 UK tour dates are as follows:
Nov 20th Nottingham Rock City
Nov 24th Norwich Waterfront
Nov 27th Leeds The Cockpit
Nov 28th Sheffield Corporation
Nov 29th Newcastle O2 Academy Newcastle
Dec 2nd Hard Rock Hell VI, Haven Hafan y Môr Holiday Park, Pwllheli, Gwynedd, N.Wales
Dec 3rd Bristol Trinity
Dec 5th Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms
Dec 6th London Electric Ballroom

Tickets cost £15 (London £16) and are on sale now via www.ticketmaster.co.uk or www.livenation.co.uk. Tickets for Hard Rock Hell are available on the official website www.hardrockhell.com.

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