We are saddened to pass on the news that Deryck Whibley is struggling once again with his recurring back problems and so SUM 41 has made the tough decision of having to leave the Canadian Tour for the remaining shows. Those shows include Quebec City, Ottawa, Montreal, Moncton and Halifax.
Life After Liftoff snagged the opening slot on the Norfolk, VA date of Sum 41's Does This Look Infected? Tour back in November. Today, we are excited to premere the video they put together with the Sum 41 camp about the experience: "Day In The Life: Opening Band Edition." The video was shot by Jacob Bonham and Katie Cole, both of Dangerkids and This Love. Hit the replies to watch it.
Opening for Sum41 was a dream come true. 10 years ago I saw them (for the first time) on the, "Does This Look Infected" tour with The Starting Line. That show will forever be one of the coolest shows I have ever been to. Through the years, Sum 41 have taught me so much about music and how to perform; so...
Today we're kicking off a brand new feature where we look back on some of the key releases that are approaching 10th anniversaries. Sum 41's Does This Look Infected? was released on November 26th, 2002 and to start we have an interview with Deryck Whibley, which gets some of his perspective on the release. Feel free to leave your own memories about this record in the replies. My personal memory can be found below.
In case you missed the first variants of Sum 41's All Killer No Filler, ShopRadioCast has your back. They'll be launching a preorder for their exclusive white variant (limited to 300) this afternoon at 6 p.m. EST. Also, today is the 11th birthday of this record.
Sum 41's new album, Screaming Bloody Murder, is out March 29, but we have an exclusive preview for you. Head over to the band's AP.net profile to stream tracks 6-10 from the record. The first five songs are streaming here. If you dig it, you can pick up a physical copy here or a digital download here. Leave your thoughts in the replies.
Union Events and Rock The Walls on Idobi Radio are teaming up to give away two pairs of Sum 41 tickets for tomorrow night's show (March 16th) at Opera House in Toronto. The first two posters who can attend the show tomorrow night will win a pair of tickets. You must be able to attend the event.