After signing with a new record label, Century Media, Buckcherry have announced they will be releasing a new album. 'Confessions' is due in early 2013 via Century Media in the United States and Eleven Seven Music in the rest of the world.

'Confessions' is based on the seven deadly sins, and is part of a larger vision that includes a film written by frontman Josh Todd, who based the album's lyrics on his childhood and transformation into adulthood.

"The time has come to finally announce the release of our sixth LP, 'Confessions,'" says Todd. "This is our coolest album yet and I think a lot of people will relate. If you love BC you are going to get a chance to be part of a great story - join the revolution and let's rock!"

"This is, by far, our most ambitious record," says guitarist Keith Nelson. "We are very proud of the work we've done and we are looking forward to presenting it to our fans."

Buckcherry's last album, 2010's 'All Night Long' debuted at No. 10 on the Billboard 200 and spawned the singles 'Dead,' 'It's a Party' and the title track. Their most successful album was 2006's platinum selling '15,' which featured the major rock hit 'Crazy Bitch' and the cross-over smash 'Sorry.'

Buckcherry will get back on the road soon, appearing in Japan later this month and doing a U.K. tour starting Nov. 20. They have a U.S. date scheduled on Dec. 28 in Mt. Pleasant,  Mich.