Confessions (Buckcherry album)

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Confessions
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Studio album by
ReleasedFebruary 19, 2013
Genre
Length50:44
Label Century Media Records, Eleven Seven Music
Producer Buckcherry
Buckcherry chronology
All Night Long
(2010)
Confessions
(2013)
Fuck (EP)
(2014)
Alternate cover
BuckcherryConfessionsOuter.jpg
Outer cover artwork for "Confessions".
Singles from Confessions
  1. "Gluttony"
    Released: December 19, 2012
  2. "Nothing Left But Tears"
    Released: 2013
  3. "Wrath"
    Released: October 2013
  4. "Dreamin of You"
    Released: 2014
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Confessions is the sixth studio album by the American hard rock band Buckcherry. The album was released on February 19, 2013. [2] It is the last Buckcherry album to feature bassist Jimmy Ashhurst, before his departure from the band in late 2013.

Contents

Seven of the tracks on the album are named after the seven deadly sins.

Artwork

Before posting the official cover art on January 25, 2013, Buckcherry also posted artwork for an outer cover, they described as a "...book "cover" - and then when it's opened you'll get the true cover of the album itself." [3] The day after, the band posted a picture of the official artwork, stating "We wanted our album cover artwork to be symbolic and encompass the subject matter of the record in an image that's cool enough to be tattooed. Hope you like it." [4]

Commercial performance

The album debuted at No. 20 on Billboard 200, as well as No. 1 on the Hard Rock Albums chart, with 18,000 copies sold in its first week. [5] The album has sold 55,000 copies in the U.S. as of August 2015. [6]

Track listing

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Gluttony" Josh Todd, Keith Nelson2:41
2."Wrath"Todd, Nelson, James Ashhurst3:53
3."Nothing Left but Tears"Todd, Nelson, Ashhurst3:12
4."The Truth"Todd, Nelson, Marti Frederiksen 4:05
5."Greed"Todd, Nelson4:22
6."Water"Todd, Nelson, Ashhurst4:38
7."Seven Ways to Die"Todd, Nelson3:53
8."Air"Todd, Nelson, Ashhurst, Frederiksen4:14
9."Sloth"Todd, Nelson4:03
10."Pride"Todd, Nelson, Ashhurst4:34
11."Envy"Todd, Nelson, Ashhurst, Steve Dacanay4:16
12."Lust"Todd, Nelson, Dacanay3:32
13."Dreamin' of You"Todd, Nelson, Frederiksen3:21
Total length:50:44

Personnel

Charts

Chart (2013)Peak
position
US Billboard 200 [11] 20
US Top Alternative Albums (Billboard) [12] 6
US Independent Albums (Billboard) [13] 5
US Top Hard Rock Albums (Billboard) [14] 1
US Top Rock Albums (Billboard) [15] 7

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