Sum 41

Sum 41

There’s something strangely tragicomic about Sum 41’s increasingly desperate attempts to hitch a ride on whichever bandwagon happens to be passing through town at the time. Over the course of their previous three albums the Canadians have...

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Sum 41 : London Wembley Arena

Sum 41 : London Wembley Arena

Sum 41 are young, dumb and fulla cum. They're kinda cute - but are they punk? The bassist, Cone, has got Sid down pat. But sadly all their songs are crap. Can a cattle shed fill of screaming nu-metaloid punka teens really be wrong? The...

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Sum 41 : The Hell Song

Sum 41 : The Hell Song

Written about the shock of learning that a friend has contracted HIV, ‘The Hell Song’ clearly opens a new chapter in the history of corporate punk. But can you be sensitive and worthy in the same big shorts you once regularly pulled down for...

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Sum 41 : Does This Look Infected?

Sum 41 : Does This Look Infected?

For a while back there it seemed our youth was utterly, utterly doomed. With Blink 182 still in spluttering fits at the idea of excretion as they fast approach their thirties and 'It's Just Porn Mum' horrifying international health agencies with...

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Sum 41 : London Brixton Academy

Sum 41 : London Brixton Academy

"Woah, that's fucking awesome, man!" You join us as Sum 41 's hyperactive frontman/guitarist Deryk Whibley stands on top of the Academy's 30ft-high speaker stack – one hand widdling away on his fretboard, the other in the air – drinking in...

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Sum 41  :  Motivation

Sum 41 : Motivation

North American punk as practised by Sum 41 (yes, Toronto counts) isn’t about anything. Like the chat show or the cola, it’s simply a format that performs well in the market place if you stick to the formula and Sum 41 know that formula....

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Sum 41 : London Charing Cross Road Astoria

Sum 41 : London Charing Cross Road Astoria

It's fair to say that Sum 41 are keen on audience participation. Tonight, at least, the fun never stops. Fans are invited up to dance by the drumkit while the band plays. A microphone is passed around so that we can request songs by our...

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