Story: Jack Foley
AFTER nearly one year of hibernation in their icy homeland, Canada,
everyone's guiltiest of guilty pleasures, Sum 41, have decided
to thaw out and return to the airwaves with the hopes of annoying
you and everyone you care about.
The album, Chuck,
follows the band's 2002 release, Does
This Look Infected?, and their 2001 full-length debut, All
Killer, No Filler.
Since their debut, Sum 41 has toured across the world many times
over and rocked all over radio.
The band has performed on television,
not only performing Sum 41's hits Fat Lip, Still Waiting
and Hell Song, but also appearing with various rock heroes
such as Iggy Pop (Late Show with David Letterman), Tommy Lee (MTV
Video Music Awards) and with Gene Simmons (as animated guests
on King Of The Hill).
Chuck is Sum 41's most creative and diverse album yet.
To capture the desired sound Sum 41 once again teamed up with
their manager and producer, Greig Nori, to create what has become
their heaviest, yet most melodic record to date.
The first single, We're All To Blame, is a perfect example
which highlights the band's frenetic energy surrounded by a melodic
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