Sum 41’s latest album 13 Voices was released in October, 2016 through Hopeless Records.
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Thursday, July 13, 2017 at 3:28 PM (PST) by gunnar
Toronto’s Flatliners recently announced a set of West Coast tour dates around the US and Canada. They will be accompanied by The Smith Street Band, up until It’s Not Dead Fest. They are also adding a few dates to the end of July, in Canada, supporting Sum 41.
Check out all the dates below.
The Flatliners put out their last album, Inviting Light, back on April 7th of this year via Rise Records.
Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at 8:47 PM (PST) by Murderdingus
Sum 41 have a new video for “Goddamn I’m Dead Again.”
The band recruited their fans for the filming of the video. It includes broken guitars, circle pits, Left Shark, a girl with poop on her head, and more middle fingers than you can shake a middle finger at.
Sum 41 is currently on tour. You can see the video and remaining tour dates below.
The band’s latest album 13 Voices was released in October, 2016 through Hopeless Records. It’s their first release since 2004’s Chuck to feature Dave “Brownsound” Baksh on guitar.
Tuesday, November 29, 2016 at 10:21 PM (PST) by Chris Ramone
The festival will be headlined by Metallica, Soundgarden and Korn, and also playing are The Offspring, Sum 41, Thrice, Primus, Bush, Chevelle, Papa Roach, Seether, Coheed & Cambria, Taking Back Sunday, Every Time I Die and Amon Amarth, among others. More acts can be seen in the picture above.
More details (including ticket prices) on next year’s Rock on the Range can be found here.
Wednesday, November 2, 2016 at 6:03 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
Sum 41 recently stopped by Converse Rubber Tracks Studio in Brooklyn, NY to play a short acoustic set. You can watch the band play stripped-down renditions of “War,” “Fake My Own Death,” “and “Hell Song” below.
Wednesday, October 12, 2016 at 5:39 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
Sum 41 have announced they will be touring Europe in 2017. The lengthy tour kicks off on January 15th in Spain and will wrap up on March 19th in Russia.
Check out the tour dates below to see if the band’s playing a show near you.
Friday, October 7, 2016 at 5:52 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
This is Sum 41’s first record in 5 years, following 2011’s Screaming Bloody Murder. It’s their first release since 2004’s Chuck to feature Dave “Brownsound” Baksh on guitar.
Thursday, September 29, 2016 at 7:17 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
13 Voices is set to release on October 7th through Hopeless Records. It will be the band’s first album in 5 years, following 2011’s Screaming Bloody Murder.
Wednesday, August 31, 2016 at 12:15 PM (PST) by bob9746
The song is a bit on the mellow side so the punk elitists are bound to hate it but then again, they’d probably say they hate it regardless.
Sum 41′s upcoming album 13 Voices is set to release on October 7th through Hopeless Records, serving as a follow-up to 2011′s Screaming Bloody Murder. It will be the band’s first LP since 2004′s Chuck to feature Dave “Brownsound” Baksh on guitar.
Monday, August 8, 2016 at 9:37 PM (PST) by Chris Ramone
Canadian pop-punk veterans Sum 41 have announced they will embark on the “Don’t Call It a Sum-Back Tour” this fall, with support from Senses Fail and As It Is. The tour will kick off in Orlando, Florida two days before the release of the band’s new album 13 Voices, and will come to a close in Los Angeles on November 6th.
The dates and locations are below.
13 Voices is set to release on October 7th through Hopeless Records, serving as a follow-up to 2011’s Screaming Bloody Murder. It will also be the band’s first record since 2004’s Chuck to feature Dave “Brownsound” Baksh on guitar.
Tuesday, July 12, 2016 at 12:00 PM (PST) by jaystone
It’s worth mentioning that if you’re reading this (hi dad!), understand that this is the second story that I wrote up that tried to capture all that is the 2016 edition of the Vans Warped Tour. It’s also worth mentioning that this version is much, much shorter than the original. You’re welcome. Seriously.
You see, if you’re of a certain age bracket (like, I don’t know, mid-30s) the continued existence of the traveling punk rock summer camp that is the Vans Warped Tour has obviously been a hot button topic in certain corners (read as: message boards and comment sections) of the punk community at large. We all can reminisce about years gone by, or compare which pre-2000 lineup was best, or patronizingly congratulate ourselves for even recognizing the names of any of the bands on the roster in the last handful of years.
The 2016 lineup is, as you’re probably aware, the best in recent memory, thanks in no small part to the fact that it draws from a handful of the bands that made it all that some of us remember being “back in the day.” And so I initially had a whole article (I hate, HATE, to use the word “thinkpiece”) written extolling the virtues of Kevin Lyman and company for helping the pendulum swing back toward something resembling Warped Tour normalcy. But then I was reminded of a quote from a wise old man that I always picture to be George Carlin but apparently, according to the internet, was actually “Author Unknown” and thus may not have actually been wise or old or male at all, “if something goes without saying, let it.” As such, I deleted the first story, and this is what you get as a result.
So anyway, the Vans Warped Tour rolled into Hartford on a thankfully warm but not blisteringly hot Sunday in July and…you know what…you really don’t care about all that stuff, do you? It’s the Warped Tour; you know this year’s lineup, you know how the individual set times get shuffled on a daily basis, you know there’s going to be a handful of bands you want to see, and handful of bands you want to avoid, and a whole bunch of people you’ve never heard of before and will most likely never hear again. For yours truly, the “who I have to see” list was dictated by a mix of nostalgia and recent fandom. From column A? New Found Glory, Less Than Jake and Sum 41. Column B, meanwhile, was represented by The Interrupters, Teenage Bottlerocket, and Masked Intruder. I could have (and, as it turns actually have) lived without seeing anybody else (sorry Motionless In White…), and as fate would have it, the schedule broke perfectly. NFG and LTJ played the same stage an hour apart. TBR and The Interrupters played neighboring stages back-to-back. Sum 41 played a set that wasn’t really in conflict with anybody, and Masked Intruder closed out one of the amphitheater stages. Perfect timing, really.
Say what you will, and there is certainly plenty you could say, about the Warped Tour (and, more specifically, about how you wish last year’s Lyman-produced It’s Not Dead Fest would become a nationally touring entity), but the crowd response at the Hartford stop and, we’re led to believe at a lot of other stops, indicates that it’s not just a select few old guys that miss the days of the skate punk and ska-core Warped lineups of yesteryear, and that there’s room for even more of the old guard at the table in the years to come.
Now if you’ll excuse us, get off our lawn. And check out our photo gallery of the six bands mentioned above down below.
Wednesday, July 6, 2016 at 4:20 PM (PST) by Bobby Pickles
This week on Dying Scene Radio, Bobby Pickles is joined by Elena Venetia, who slept in until 3 in the afternoon (2 hours past recording time), and “Piazzo the Clown” (Matthew Piazza), who hates that moniker with the utmost intensity. Chris Fox (Vampirates/Boss’ Daughter) and Jesse Williams (The Randy Savages) eventually wake up to join the conversation, too. BAND SPOTLIGHT: Elena interviews Matt Caughthran, vocalist of the Los Angeles punk band, The Bronx, and alter ego mariachi group,Mariachi El Bronx, at Punk Rock Bowling (Asbury Park, NJ). Plus, new music by Sum 41,Mikey Erg, and The Bouncing Souls.
Here all the incessant blathering, latest headlines and music BELOW!
Wednesday, June 29, 2016 at 5:19 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
Sum 41’s upcoming album 13 Voices is set to release on October 7th through Hopeless Records, serving as a follow-up to 2011’s Screaming Bloody Murder. It will be the band’s first LP since 2004′s Chuck to feature Dave “Brownsound” Baksh on guitar.
It will be the band’s first album since 2011’s Screaming Bloody Murder, and their first since 2004’s Chuck to feature Dave “Brownsound” Baksh on guitar.
The album’s track listing is below, while the artwork can be seen to the left.