In a new interview with Heavy New York, BUCKCHERRY vocalist Josh Todd discussed the band's longevity. He said (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): "When we came out, we were really the black sheep of rock music. We came out in '99, and it was, like, rap-rock and that kind of shoegazing rock, those WEEZER-type bands. And we just didn't fit in with anybody. And we still haven't fit in with any kind of mainstream rock for 22 years. It's really bizarre. And we've had this great career. So, I don't know what that's all about. I think BUCKCHERRY's just unique — it's a unique rock band. We're not breaking the mold or anything — we're just a straight-up rock band — but when you hear BUCKCHERRY, you know it's BUCKCHERRY."