Sum 41 are celebrating the 19th anniversary of their debut album, All Killer No Filler. The album, which dropped May 8, 2001, features songs that propelled the band to stardom that we still love today, such as “Fat Lip” and “In Too Deep.”
“In Too Deep” is now regarded as an anthem to Warped Tour die-hards and forever scene kids everywhere, so May 8 is definitely a day worth celebrating.
In honor of the album’s anniversary, we wanted to test your knowledge of the lyrics to “In Too Deep” by Sum 41 with a quiz, which you can check out below.
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Slam Dunk, the 15-year-running British festival, has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The festival organizers have announced that the rescheduled dates will now be Saturday, Sept. 5 and Sunday, Sept. 6. Slam Dunk confirmed that both Sum 41 and Don Broco would be maintaining their headline status.
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“For our first time in 15 years, we have found ourselves being forced into postponing Slam Dunk Festival,” a statement on their website says. “This is not a decision we wanted to make, but we are left with no choice. In light of the global situation, it is in the best interest of public health and well-being to postpone the festival until later in the year.”
The organizers explained how the city council of Leeds banned large-gathering public events on their grounds that prohibited the festival to take place on the original dates. Slam Dunk revealed that a high percentage of the acts originally slated to appear are still able to commit to the new dates.
“It has taken us until now to address this publicly because we have chosen to reschedule instead of cancel,” the statement says, “and with so many artists playing, countless suppliers and contractors and an army of staff/crew, there’s a huge amount to coordinate to make this reschedule happen.”
For more information, visit the Slam Dunk site here.