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Sum 41


Pop, Punk, Rock


Ontario, Canada

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Canadian rock outfit Sum 41 hit the worldwide radar in 1996 after their hometown of Ajax, Ontario, proved unable to fully contain the foursome's mixture of arena-sized riffing, hip-hop poses, and toilet-bowl humor. Their breakthrough major-label debut, 2001's All Killer No Filler, featured chart-topping MTV hit "Fat Lip" and follow-up "In Too Deep." From there, the band's mischievous pop-punk style was steadily hardened with darker, world-weary lyrics and a heavier, metal-inspired attack. 2002's Does This Look Infected? veered in that hardcore direction and still managed to maintain their popularity with singles "The Hell Song" and "Still Waiting." By the time double-platinum third effort Chuck landed in 2004, Sum 41's metallic tendencies were at the fore on songs such as "We're All to Blame." Despite achieving a chart peak with 2007's Underclass Hero, the band soon found themselves in decline in the mainstream during the 2010s, due in part to lineup changes and creeping health problems. While Screaming Bloody Murder produced the Grammy-nominated single "Blood in My Eyes," the album was the band's lowest-charting effort since their debut. Soon after, frontman Deryck Whibley announced serious health issues that would sideline the band until 2016, when they issued the successful comeback record 13 Voices.
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Genre: Rock
Mood: Energetic
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