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Music Injection interviews
posted by TomiT14 on Mon Jan 11, 2016 9:50 pm
This is old news, but I just discovered them today.

Australian online magazine Music Injection interviewed Cone in October and Deryck in December. Cone has some interesting tour experiences, while Deryck tells about his recording routines. Check them out!

Cone on October 10th

Deryck on December 27th
Attacks in Paris
posted by TomiT14 on Sat Nov 14, 2015 1:32 pm
On behalf of the TNS staff, our heart goes out to everyone affected by these devastating news in Paris.

We have learned that a long time Sum 41 crew member, merch guy "Handsome" Nick Alexander, was working at the Bataclan concert hall during yesterday's attacks. The status of the crew members is still unknown, but we will post an update as soon as we hear something new.

‪#‎PrayForParis‬


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Sum 41 enters studio!
posted by TomiT14 on Tue Nov 10, 2015 7:53 pm

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As the newest PledgeMusic update states, Sum 41 has entered the studio!

Like we know from the past albums, the first stage is to record the drums. Deryck and Frank have been recording the drum tracks past week, and there's a video update coming along later this week.

Last update we had about the album process was that there were about 6 songs written. Question is, will they record the songs as they come along (unlike previous times, when they entered the studio with an almost complete album), or has Deryck come up with more songs that we didn't know of?

I guess Deryck and/or the upcoming video update will give us more clues. :glad:

Check out the pictures posted from the studio at PledgeMusic.com!

If you look closely, you can find a new (working) song title to add to the list!

The previously mentioned are:
- Goddamn, I'm Dead Again
- 13 Voices
- Take It To The Grave

The snippets we've got so far:

Aug. 22nd 2014
Sep. 8th 2014
Dec. 15th 2014
Mar. 20th 2015
Dec. 25th 2015
Dec. 25th 2015 - 2
Mar. 27th 2016
New song with DMC!
posted by TomiT14 on Fri Oct 02, 2015 9:40 pm
Sum 41 just announced on Instagram that they are releasing a new song together with Darryl McDaniels a.k.a King DMC from the group RUN DMC. The two had a show together at Alternative Press Music Awards this past Summer, and now they have been wroking on a new song together at a studio.

@kingdmc wrote:Awesum show with awesum group!!! New song together coming soon! @sum41 We all want Sum!!! #WeRock


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Congratulations Deryck and Ariana!
posted by TomiT14 on Mon Aug 31, 2015 7:50 pm
On behalf of TheresNoSolution.com and Skumfuks all around the world, I would like to congratulate Deryck and Ariana for their marriage! The best of luck to both of you!


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DAVE IS BACK!
posted by TomiT14 on Fri Aug 14, 2015 11:59 pm
It's official!

DAVE BROWNSOUND HAS RE-JOINED SUM 41

"It feels right": Sum 41’s Deryck Whibley and Brownsound discuss reuniting


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Key Percussion Interview with Cone
posted by Jeremy Kill on Sat Aug 01, 2015 2:44 am
Here's a quick interview Cone has done with Key Percussion.

http://www.keypercussion.com/#!sum-41/c10m1

Near the end of the interview we get small bits of information on the upcoming Sum 41 album. For those that have been keeping up to date this will not be that new to you.

Cone hints at the tone of the new album:
"This one will be pretty aggressive, hard rocking and in your face. Awesome riffs, catchy melodies, and fast beats. It's Sum 41."


He mentions two possible titles of songs, although it's likely they are just working titles. One of them you'll recognize if you managed to read the Noisey interview with Deryck.
"There's songs like 'Nightmare' and 'Goddamn I'm Dead Again'. I like those titles, but totally not sure they will be the final titles yet."
Dave Brownsound Returns to Sum 41 for APMAs
posted by Jeremy Kill on Thu Jul 23, 2015 2:47 am
In case you missed the Alternative Press Music Awards on Wednesday you can catch Sum 41's energetic performance here:



There is no doubting the overwhelming feelings this performance brings, especially when Dave Brownsound takes the stage to play the solo to In Too Deep.

After the show Dave posts an Instagram photo stating "Yes yes y'all I'm back." It is unclear if he means he was back to play that show in particular or back in the band officially.

Regardless, the show brought much nostalgia and happiness to Sum 41 fans.
SUM 41 BACK ON STAGE!
posted by TomiT14 on Tue Mar 31, 2015 7:50 pm
That's right Skumfuks!

Sum 41 will start its exciting new era on July 22nd, when they hit the stage in Cleveland, Ohio at the Alternative Press Music Awards!

Here's the official announcement by Alternative Press:

The 2015 APMAs, set for July 22 at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, OH will feature performances from Weezer, Panic! At The Disco, All Time Low, New Found Glory with Hayley Williams, Taking Back Sunday, Simple Plan, Halestorm, Black Veil Brides, Echosmith, Sum 41, Motionless In White, Madden Brothers and many more to be announced!

Tickets will be available starting April 3! Stay tuned here for more information.


Here's what Deryck had to say about the event:

After a much publicized battle with health issues, Deryck Whibley and Sum 41 will be making their triumphant return to the stage with a much-anticipated comeback performance. Sum 41 frontman Whibley commented, “Playing live is the heart and soul for us. It's our chance to connect face to face with our fans, and I'm glad that we get to share our first experience back onstage again at the APMAs. It’s also exciting to be a part of the event to support the first magazine to put our ugly mugs on the cover in America!"


Check back for more info!


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Kerrang! Rock 100
posted by TomiT14 on Wed Mar 18, 2015 11:50 pm
Fat Lip and In Too Deep are included in Kerrang's Rock 100. Vote for the song of your choice to get The Sums to be included in the top 100 Rock anthems!

Vote here!


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Vote for Gob!
posted by TomiT14 on Tue Feb 10, 2015 7:44 pm
Gob has been nominated for Top Comeback award by Music Express.
Be sure to cast your vote for Tom's band!

Vote here!
DERYCK HERE.
posted by Mr. Biz on Sun Dec 28, 2014 4:56 am
it's been awhile. how is everyone? good xmas?

deryck
Open Your Eyes (Alternate Version)
posted by TomiT14 on Mon Oct 06, 2014 9:58 pm
Deryck has released an alternate version of Open Your Eyes on his website!

(Seems like it doesn't work for me on Firefox, but Chrome is good to go!)

I can see why the solo changed. This solo doesn't have the same vibe as the rest of the song.
Also funny how Deryck says he has a pile of unreleased stuff, yet when I asked him about it a while ago he said he doesn't have much of them left anymore. Luckily he proved it otherwise! :glad:
Rain City Rockers
posted by TomiT14 on Thu Jul 24, 2014 12:10 am
Brown Tom has joined forces with his friends Andrew Conroy, Anthony Bleed (Die Mannequin) and Darrin Pfeiffer (Goldfinger) to join a new rock band called Rain City Rockers. Tom plays guitar, and has co-written couple of songs on their upcoming album Mayday, coming out on September 16th.

Check out their new single, Saint Babe here!


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Crash Demo
posted by Noreason757 on Mon Jul 21, 2014 7:35 pm
Deryck found and posted an old demo he recorded for crash up on his website.

Deryck Whibley wrote:i was going through my old cassette tapes of ideas today and i came across the original demo of the song “crash”. this recording was made about an hour after i witnessed a horrible car crash where one of the drivers was killed instantly. it all happened right before my eyes. i was the first one there and jumped out of my car immediately trying to help but i could feel the lifelessness in the air, you could just tell he was dead and there was nothing i could do. i’ve seen a few people die in front of me in my life and it’s definitely a bizarre moment to see the life being taken out of someone. i went home and wrote this song in minutes and recorded this version. and now, after everything i’ve been through recently this song holds new meaning for me. it’s not much different than the album but i like this version because i remember exactly how i felt when i was putting it down. i used to have this big open room with a nice grand piano. i would love to come down in the mornings and play for awhile as i was waking up. the room had really high ceilings and gave off this great natural reverb. it felt like being in a big concert hall. it was almost a haunting sound in that room. it made you feel very alone. and i don’t think i could have written crash if it didn’t sound like that.


Source: http://www.deryckwhibley.net/
Deryck Whibley Says Iggy Pop Is Supporting His Recovery
posted by HugoDisasters on Thu Jul 10, 2014 4:10 pm
Ultimate Guitar wrote:Sum 41's Deryck Whibley has said that Iggy Pop is helping him as he recovers from an alcohol related incident that left him in a coma for a week.

Whibley was admitted to hospital earlier this year after his liver and kidneys collapsed as a result of years of heavy drinking. The singer is now out of hospital and recovering at home with the help of a number of close musical friends.

Speaking to Kerrang! (via NME), Whibley says: "Now I'm sober, I don't get calls from certain people that I used to... The drinking friends. Now I'm the bum-out to them. Who wants to invite the sober guy to the party? Y'know who has been incredibly supportive? Iggy Pop. He had a lot of great advice; he's been through it all. We've been friends for years."

"Same for Tommy Lee from Motley Crue. He told me what to expect from people, that not everyone will understand. Duff McKagan and Matt Sorum from Guns N' Roses have been great too. We go out for coffee and talk about sh-t."

Earlier this year Whibley said that if he has one drink, he will die. "I've been very sick in the hospital for a month and was pretty sick for a few weeks leading up to my trip to the hospital," he wrote in a letter to fans. "The reason I got so sick is from all the hard boozing I've been doing over the years. It finally caught up to me. I was drinking hard every day," he wrote, explaining that his fiancee rushed him to hospital after his collapse and he was put in an intensive care unit.


Source: Ultimate Guitar
Deryck on Instagram
posted by Jeremy Kill on Sat Jul 05, 2014 9:40 pm
Deryck has an Instagram now and you can follow him on his adventures!

http://instagram.com/theofficialderyckwhibley
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