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These Sum 41 ‘13 Voices’ B-sides are finally on streaming platforms
These Sum 41 ‘13 Voices’ B-sides are finally on streaming platforms
Released back in 2016, 13 Voices marked Sum 41's return to music after nearly five years. The album which features songs including "Fake My Own Death" and "War," went on to debut at no. 9 on the Billboard Top Albums chart. Now, with the help of Hopeless Records, Sum 41 are taking a trip down memory lane by releasing 13 Voices B-Sides onto streaming services for the first time..
Sum 41 vocalist Deryck Whibley on if rock is dead: “The fans are there”
Sum 41 vocalist Deryck Whibley on if rock is dead: “The fans are there”
Sum 41 vocalist Deryck Whibley joined Travis Mills on Apple Music’s Beats 1 to discuss the band's recently released album Order In Decline and his opinion on the current state of rock music. Check out the interview below! Read more: Brendon Urie shares brutal full-length heavy metal track When asked how long it took to write the songs for the band's most recent release, Whibley reveals it didn't t
Sum 41 protest the government in “45 (A Matter Of Time)” video 
Sum 41 protest the government in “45 (A Matter Of Time)” video 
After surprising us with an acoustic ballad, Sum 41 just dropped their fourth single, “45 (A Matter Of Time),” along with a politically charged music video that perfectly captures the song’s message. Taken from the band’s upcoming record, Order In Decline, this track upholds an honest political statement from frontman Deryck Whibley, expressing his beliefs on the aftermath of the latest presidenti
Sum 41 singer Deryck Whibley boycotts the news for the sake of his sanity
Sum 41 singer Deryck Whibley boycotts the news for the sake of his sanity
Canadian punk-rock vets Sum 41 are preparing to release their politically driven seventh full-length, Order In Decline, but don’t mistake it for a protest record. The record is undeniably the band’s heaviest material to date in both lyrics and instrumentals while avoiding political-punk clichés.   During the w...
Sum 41 go back in time for “A Death In The Family” video
Sum 41 go back in time for “A Death In The Family” video
Sum 41 unleashed the second single, “A Death In The Family,” from their upcoming album. The new track features the band rocking out in a concept video, switching between 1969 and 2019. Read more: Billie Joe Armstrong plays Green Day songs at intimate the Longshot gig “A Death In The Family” follows the first Sum 41 track in three years, “Out For Blood,” which dropped in April. The track marked the