Sum 41 sat down with Rolling Stone to perform a stripped down version of “Fake My Own Death,” taken off their most recent record 13 Voices, along with “The Hell Song” from their 2002 record Does This Look Infected?

Check out their performances below.

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The acoustic performances follow the group’s latest album, 13 Voices, which was released Oct. 7 and landed at No. 22 on the Billboard Top 200 chart.

In a recent sit down with Rolling Stone, Deryck Whibley talked more about his return to music after recovery. Although it wasn’t easy, Whibley does say that it helped him get where he is now.

“It was the best thing that ever happened to me,” he says. “I'm glad I went through something so difficult because it made me a better person. I like where my life is at right now, and it wouldn't be this good without all that bad shit.”

Check out Sum 41’s acoustic performances and remaining fall tour dates below.

Plus, tune in to our Twitter tomorrow to chat live with Sum 41 from their show at Riverside Municipal Auditorium. Tweet @altpress your questions using #Sum41Chat, and tune in tomorrow at 2pm PST to watch the band answer your questions!

“Fake My Own Death”:

“The Hell Song”:

What are your thoughts on hearing these tracks performed acoustically? Let us know in the comments!

Tour dates:
Nov 2 – Riverside, CA – Riverside Municipal Auditorium
Nov 4 – Livewire – Phoenix, AZ
Nov 5 – House of Blues – San Diego, CA
Nov 6 – Mayan – Los Angeles, CA

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