According to Blabbermouth.net, "Wherever I Go", a new song from California rockers Buckcherry will appear on the upcoming soundtrack to this year's highly anticipated movie, "Marvel's The Avengers". "Wherever I Go" is included on "Avengers Assemble", a 14-track compilation of music from and inspired by the film. "Avengers Assemble" will be released on May 1.
Says the band: "The song was written specifically for the film, and was recorded during the sessions for our upcoming album. Check it out and hope you dig it!
"The Avengers" original motion picture soundtrack, with score by Oscar-nominated and Grammy-winning composer Alan Silvestri ("Captain America: The First Avenger", "Forrest Gump", the "Back To The Future" trilogy) will be available at online retailers on May 1.
In addition to Buckcherry's "Wherever I Go", the "Avengers Assemble" collection features original songs inspired by the exciting and action-packed film event. The diverse range of artists includes Soundgarden, Rise Against, Shinedown, Bush and Redlight King.
"Avengers Assemble" track listing:
01. Live To Rise - Soundgarden
02. I'm Alive - Shinedown
03. Dirt And Roses - Rise Against
04. Even If I Could - Papa Roach
05. Unbroken - Black Veil Brides
06. Breath - Scott Weiland
07. Comeback - Redlight King
08. Into The Blue - Bush
09. A New Way To Bleed (Photek Remix)" - Evanescence
10. Count Me Out - Pusherjones
11. Shoot To Thrill - Theory Of A Deadman
12. Wherever I Go - Buckcherry
13. From Out Of Nowhere - Five Finger Death Punch
14. Shake The Ground - Cherri Bomb
Additional track on the international release:
15. Pistols At Dawn - Kasabian
Buckcherry is currently in the midst of recording its sixth studio album and has posted two video diaries online that allow fans a glimpse into the group's creative process. According to The Pulse Of Radio, the first video shows the band in the early stages of pre-production as they play the songs over and over in order to fine-tune them. In the second clip, called "Envy", dissatisfaction over a song with that name leads to visible tension and frustration in the studio as the band tries to make the song work.
Singer Josh Todd tells the camera at one point, "There is always a song during our record making process that is a thorn in our side."
When the group finally gets "Envy" to where they want it, Todd later says, "We hated this song for a while, now it's fun."
Todd and guitarist Keith Nelson are the band's original members and have been working together for 17 years, but Todd told The Pulse Of Radio they still occasionally butt heads while making a record. "It's not like what people would think, you know," he said. "We're not like, we don't have to have like a shrink come in and talk to us, or we don't need a mediator in the studio to get through writing a song. But yeah, you know, occasionally we'll butt heads on like an issue, but it's like we work stuff out so quickly. You know, Keith and I and everybody in Buckcherry, we're all focused on the outcome, which is we're just trying to make the song the best it can be."
Buckcherry's new album will follow up 2010's "All Night Long" and is said to possibly be a concept record.
The band will break from the studio later this month to begin a spring run of tour dates that will include both headlining gigs and festival appearances. The tour kicks off on April 21 in San Antonio.