Buck-Tick (typeset as BUCK-TICK) is a Japanese rock band formed in 1983. The band has consisted of Atsushi Sakurai (vocals), Hisashi Imai (guitar), Hidehiko Hoshino (guitar), Yutaka Higuchi (bass), and Yagami Toll (drums) for the majority of its existence. Over the course of their career, the band has experimented with many different genres of music, including post-punk style, new wave, gothic rock, industrial, electronica, and straight rock and roll.

Along with X Japan and others, Buck-Tick are commonly credited as one of the founders of the visual kei movement. In addition to their long, productive career as a band, the five members have worked on individual projects and collaborated with many other famous artists, both Japanese and foreign, including Maki Fujii (Soft Ballet), Issay (Der Zibet), Kiyoshi (Spread Beaver and Media Youth), Masami Tsuchiya (Ippu-do), Raymond Watts (PIG), Sascha Konietzko (KMFDM), Clan of Xymox, Robin Guthrie (Cocteau Twins), Cube Juice, and Kelli Ali (Sneaker Pimps).