Sum 41 stream new album 'Screaming Bloody Murder' online - audio

Band treat fans to their 'heavier, more aggressive' new record

Sum 41 stream new album 'Screaming Bloody Murder' online - audio

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Sum 41 are streaming their new album 'Screaming Bloody Murder' online at

The album is officially released on Monday (March 28). It will be the follow-up to 2007's 'Underclass Hero' and was self-produced by the band in Ontario.

Chatting to, bassist Jason McCaslin said: "It's a heavier, more aggressive album. It's a better cohesive album than what we've done [before]. This flows as a proper album front to back. It's just a hard rock album all the way through."

The tracklisting of 'Screaming Bloody Murder' is:

'Reason To Believe'
'Screaming Bloody Murder'
'Time For You To Go'
'Jessica Kill'
'What Am I To Say'
'A Dark Road Out Of Hell'
'Sick Of Everyone'
'Happiness Machine'
'Over Now'
'Blood In My Eyes'
'Baby You Don't Wanna Know'
'Back Where I Belong'
'Exit Song'

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