A band can respond to success in many different ways.
It can become complacent and rest on its laurels. It can become cautious and just give fans more of the same thing they liked the last time. It can become cocky and not even care about what comes next.
Or it can be like Buckcherry and go for the throat.
Emboldened, enriched, inflamed, and re-invigorated by the success of 2006's RIAA platinum, Grammy-nominated 15 (which included the monster hits "Crazy Bitch" and "Sorry"), the hard rockin' California quintet returns with BLACK BUTTERFLY, a 12-song set that strides forward with the kind of confidence and spirit of adventure you expect from a band that feels it constantly has more to prove. Produced by guitarist Keith Nelson and Marti Frederiksen (Aerosmith, Def Leppard, "Almost Famous," Fuel), BLACK BUTTERFLY finds Buckcherry using the revival spurred by 15 to push itself even further in its quest for Sex, Drugs, and Buckcherry.