Can a rock band take a break for three years and come back better than ever? Buckcherry is out to prove that's true.
Keith Nelson of Buckcherry talks to Muni Jaitly of TheShowbuzz.com about the band's new album, "15" and what it was like to put the band back together.
The band was formed in 1995 by guitarist Nelson and singer Josh Todd. They released their self-titled debut album in 1999 which spawned their No. 1 Mainstream Rock hit "Lit Up."
They stayed together to do their follow-up album, "Time Bomb" in 2001, and then by 2002 they decided to call it quits.
But, by 2005 Nelson and Todd decided to give it another go. The result is their new album "15" which has just gone gold on the strength of their hit single "Crazy Bitch."