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Sum 41 release music video for “Blood In My Eyes”

Sum 41 have premiered a video for their song “Blood In My Eyes.” Think Iggy Pop as a serial killer. See for yourself right here.

The track appears on the band’s album “Screaming Bloody Murder,” which was released in March 2012 on Island Records.



Sum 41 to premiere new video on Monday

Sum 41 just announced in a post on Twitter that they are going to film a music video for “Blood in My Eyes” on Monday. The song is taken from their latest album Screaming Bloody Murder, which was released in March of last year. They wrote:

“ATTENTION ALL YOU SKUMFUKS ! The wait is over…well almost.Our music video for Blood In My Eyes will be coming out on Monday 9/10!”

Earlier this week, the band announced that they are going to embark on a 10th anniversary tour this year to celebrate the release of Does This Look Infected?, which was the follow-up to their now-classic 2001 album All Killer No Filler.



Sum 41 to do a 10 year anniversary tour?

It seems like Sum 41 may be going on a 10 year anniversary tour for “Does This Look Infected?” So far only one date has been confirmed. You can check it out here.

Sum 41′s “Screaming Bloody Murder” was released in March 2012 on Island Records.



Sum 41 announce European tour dates

Canadian punks Sum 41 recently returned from a tour of Asia. They’re headed back across the pond next month for a string of dates across the UK and continental Europe. Click here for the full rundown.

Sum 41’s “Screaming Bloody Murder” was released in March 2012 on Island Records.



Live Video: Sum 41 play “We’re All To Blame” and “In Too Deep” in Maylaysia

Sum 41 played a rather large show in Malaysia last week.  You can check out videos of the band playing “We’re All To Blame” and “In Too Deep” during the performance right here.

Sum 41 last released “Screaming Bloody Murder” March 29 on Island Records.



Sum 41 reissuing “All Killer No Filler” on vinyl

Remember when Sum 41‘s “All Killer No Filler” came out (if you say no because you were too young, I will be very upset)? It was kind of a big deal in my little corner of suburbia, at least.

Well, if you’re feeling nostalgic for the album that you most likely bought on CD at a chain store that is long since out of business, now you’ll be able to get a new copy on vinyl. The band will be re-releasing it on Asbestos Records.

There’s no official word yet on a release date or any vinyl details, but we’ll let you know when we hear more.

Sum 41 last released “Screaming Bloody Murder” March 29 on Island Records. “All Killer No Filler” originally came out May 8, 2001.



Sum 41 announce string of Asian tour dates

Sum 41 has just announced some asain tour dates to take place in March of next year.

Check out a full list of dates/locations for the tour here.

Sum 41 last released “Screaming Bloody Murder” March 29 on Island Records.



Fun Factoid Friday: Sum 41’s song “Fat Lip”

Every Friday the punk rock geniuses here at Dying Scene unleash some punk rock trivia. Today’s “fun factoid” is about one of Sum 41‘s best known songs “Fat Lip”, which is apparently inspired by their heavy metal influences.

There are actually several meanings behind “Fat Lip”, which was Sum 41’s biggest hit from their 2001 classic full-length debut, All Killer No Filler. Not only is it a high-tempo song that the band has ever made, containing elements of hip hop, heavy metal, pop punk and skate punk, but apparently the song was inspired by the band’s heavy metal influences, as they mention Iron Maiden and Judas Priest in the lyrics. Deryck was once asked about “Fat Lip” and said, “the verses are really about what we do: growing up in the suburbs, going to parties and hanging out with our friends, and causing trouble. A lot of people say they relate to it.” Despite being some metal-inspired song, the song actually gets its name from the slang term for a swollen lip as result from being punched in the face.

If you haven’t heard of “Fat Lip”, you can click here to listen a clip of the song.



Sum 41 announce postcard designing contest (Win cool stuff from the band!)

Since Sum 41 are becoming old men and can’t complete their world tour in support of “Screaming Bloody Murder,” they are giving you a chance to win some cool shit by simply designing a post card and emailing it to the band (or their team of P.R. Monkeys.)

Prizes include a flyer for a show signed by the band and a copy of “Screaming Bloody Murder,” also signed by the band.

Check out all of the contest info here.

“Screaming Bloody Murder” was released March 29 on Island Records.



Sum 41 cancels remaining dates for their Screaming Bloody Murder Tour

Due to an unspecified “medical condition” that Sum 41 singer Deryck Whibley is undergoing treatment for, Sum 41 has been forced to cancel or “postpone” the remaining dates for their Screaming Bloody Murder Tour.  Considering the band cancelled their Warped Tour dates due to Whibley’s back injury, I’m assuming it’s the same issue.

You can read an official statement from the band and get refund information here.Bad backs are the worst.

Fans might remember that the band had to cancel Warped Tour dates in 2010 as well due to a back injury Whibley sustained after getting jumped in a bar in Japan.



Deryck Whibley has back problems. Again. Sum 41 cancels remaining Warped Tour dates. Again.

Bad backs are the worst.  Especially if you’re a Sum 41 fan.  The band just announced that they will be cancelling their remaining Warped Tour dates along with the following Canadian dates so singer Deryck Whibley can recover from a back injury. Check out the official statement here.

Fans might remember that the band had to cancel Warped Tour dates last year as well due to a back injury Whibley sustained after getting jumped in a bar in Japan.



Music Video: Sum 41 – “Baby You Don’t Wanna Know” off latest album “Screaming Bloody Murder”

Sum 41 have premiered the first music video for their new album “Screaming Bloody Murder.”

The video is for their song “Baby You Don’t Wanna Know” and you can watch it here.

“Screaming Bloody Murder” was released March 29 on Island Records.



Sum 41 are giving away their new documentary “Don’t Try This At Home” for free

Sum 41 are letting you watch their new documentary, “Don’t Try This At Home,” for free if you’re willing to sign up for their mailing list.

The band released their last album, “Screaming Bloody Murder” in March on Island Records.



Sum 41 releasing documentary “Don’t Try This At Home”, stream trailer

Sum 41 are releasing a documentary titled “Don’t Try This At Home” on August 8th.  You can check out a trailer for the movie right here.

The band released their last album, “Screaming Bloody Murder” in March on Island Records.

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Sum 41 added to Warped Tour lineup

Looks like Sum 41 wants to play even more shows this year to support their newest album Screaming Bloody Murder. So they decided to hit up Warped Tour again this year. Don’t get too stoked, however, as they are only playing 5 dates in August (see the dates here). But still, if you didn’t manage to see them last year, try to catch them this year.

Screaming Bloody Murder was released March 29 on Island Records.