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Sum 41 discography. Jump to navigation Jump to search. This article is an orphan, as no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from May 2009) This is the complete discography of the Canadian Punk rock band Sum 41. Sum 41 discography; Sum 41. Sum 41 is a Canadian rock band from Ajax, Ontario, Canada.  The band was formed in 1996 and as of 2014 consists of members Deryck Whibley (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Tom Thacker (lead guitar, backing vocals), and Jason McCaslin(bass guitar, backing vocals). Sum 41's most recent internet video project is a 'weekly series,' SUM 41 - Road to Ruin. The trailer was posted on January 8, 2007 on the Sum 41 web page. The first episode debuted on January 21; it followed the band members' exploits on the group's Singapore 2003 tour.
The next day, Whibley confirmed Baksh's departure and announced that the band would only replace him with a touring guitarist, who would not have any decision-making power in the band or be in videos, photo shoots, or albums. The band replaced Baksh with frontman and guitarist. Recording of the band's fourth studio album,, began on November 8, 2006, and finished on March 14, 2007. On April 17, 2007, the band released a song on, '. Although not a single, the band released it early because, according to Whibley, 'the record [wouldn't] be out until the summer'. Whibley was threatened with deportation for the song, because he metaphorically 'killed the ' on it.
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The 'Road to Ruin' show can also be found on their MySpace, on YouTube, and on their official website. The 'Road to Ruin' series is also available in an exclusive limited edition of the Singapore edition of ' Underclass Hero'. They also did a series of cartoons based on superhero 'stickman moss' who saved the world from anti punk figures, as they put the world of punk rock in danger.
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The band finished recording on June 24, 2010, just before joining the 2010 Warped Tour. While the group was on the tour, the new album entered the stages of. A new song called 'Skumfuk' was leaked online on July 6, 2010. In an interview with, Steve Jocz said that while producer Gil Norton was originally hired to engineer the new album, he was only around for a week and Sum 41 self-produced the record. Guitarist Dave Baksh The first single from the album, ', was released on February 7, 2011, in the United States. The song had its worldwide premiere on January 14, 2011, on radio station. The album was released in Japan on April 6, 2011.
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The band members have mentioned the more pop punk progression that they were going with on this album. McCaslin said that 'we didn't seem like the same band we were five or six years ago, so we decided to ask ourselves why we were in a band in the first place.'
Deryck and McCaslin would often argue about the songs' sound and how the bass and guitar should progress through the songs. These arguments were mostly because of the fact that Deryck wanted the songs to be 'more powerful', while McCaslin wanted to have more variety in the sound. 'I had a demo form of the entire album with each song leading into the next sequence and that was how I could show everyone that I was done and all that I needed to do was go in and finish the album' Deryck said. Jocz had several drum kits put up for the recording of the album to help the feel of the songs. 'There were times where I wanted to go to a really small kit with a different sound and different microphones, and then afterwards going back into a different kit' Deryck said. 'We had these three different kits all set up in the studio so that Steve could play on one and then jump onto another one so the momentum was going'.
The song remains the band's most successful song to date. After 'Fat Lip', two more singles were released from the album: ' and '. 'In Too Deep' peaked at No. 10 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart, while 'Motivation' peaked at No. 24 on the same chart. The album peaked at No. 13 on the chart and at No. 9 on the chart. The album was a commercial success, and was certified in the United States, Canada and in the UK. The success of the album brought the band touring offers with mainstream bands such as. The band spent much of 2001 touring; the group played over 300 concerts that year before returning to the studio to record another album.
'The Hell Song's music video depicted the band members using dolls with their pictures on them and others, such as. The third single, ', had a video released exclusively in Canada and on the band's website, featuring live shots of the band. The video also appeared on the group's live DVD, (2003), as a bonus feature.
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Pre-production for the new album took 13 days in December 2009, with the band officially entering the studio to begin recording at on January 26, 2010. The new studio album, titled, was expected for a late 2010 release, until it was delayed again until early 2011. The band finished recording on June 24, 2010, just before joining the 2010 Warped Tour, and while the group was on the tour, the new album entered the stages of. A new song called 'Skumfuk' was leaked online on July 6, 2010.
In 1999, the band signed a record deal with. Since then, the band has released four. Their most successful album to date is.
The film was called and was released in 2005. However, fighting broke out during the filming while the band was staying in a hotel. 'The shooting was all around us, and all these people were waiting, probably to die,' said drummer, reflecting on the experience.
Musical style and influences Sum 41 have been described as,,,,,,,,. The band's style has been disputed by fans because of the complex combination of different musical styles and the more mature, serious, and heavy sound in later albums. The band's EP is described as punk rock, skate punk and pop punk. Was described as pop punk and skate punk (exept Pain for pleasure song that is pure heavy metal). Does This Look Infected? Has been described as punk rock, pop punk. Chuck was getting heavier opting out the original pop punk sound with strong metal influences and an alternative rock sound, but the band kept in touch with its punk rock and melodic hardcore roots, which created an even more mature side than the group's previous effort.
Started moving towards a heavier, alternative rock and alternative metal, with Chuck being mostly alternative metal, and Underclass Hero a revival of the Pop Punk/punk rock genres. The argument is centralized around the punk streak of the band, and they have been labeled as pop punk,,, and alternative metal.
On the sound of the album, the band have cited and as major influences. Michael Endelman of described it as 'a meeting of two worlds — extreme metal and pop-savvy punk — that rarely pass each other in the halls, let alone hang out after school.' Dave Simpson at stated 'The spiky quartet furnish their usual shouty vocals with grinding riffola and twiddly guitar solos, just as the rest of the post-Linkin Park world are realizing nu metal wasn't such a good idea.'
On May 28, 2011, Sum 41 performed a live set for ' Sessions' on. The episode included an interview with program host,. On June 14, 2011, it was announced that ' will be released as the second single of the album.
Critical reception [ ] Professional ratings Aggregate scores Source Rating 64/100 Review scores Source Rating B+ 6.8/10 Chuck received positive reviews, with giving the album an aggregated score of 64 out of 100 based on 11 reviews. Gave the album a positive review, saying ' Chuck is a concise album that clocks in at just over a half-hour, with a basic understanding that fast and loud is what the band does best.' Said that 'It may sound heinous on paper, but trust us, the first single, 'We're All To Blame,' is far better than it has a right to be.' Online said that 'But whether they're being snotty or serious, there is a constant thread at work: those catchy melodies.' Music OMH said that Chuck 'isn't perfect' but also added that 'Sum 41 have certainly added a heck of a lot more colour to their previously, partially monochrome musical output.' Lane Devis of 411mania.com compared the album to 's 2003, 's, and 's, saying 'The lyrics are serious in this album are far cries from the immature lyrics and antics that have become almost trademark for Sum 41.'
The album proved successful, peaking at No. 10 on the and sold five million copies worldwide.
After extensive touring in support of the album, recruited Sum 41 for his new album,. Deryck co-wrote the first single from the album, ', and joined Iggy on to promote the song. Iggy said he chose Sum 41 'because they have balls.' Chuck and the Congo (2004-2006) In early 2004, the band contributed to the first album by recording the song ', which was also a bonus track in the Japanese import of. In late May of 2004, the band travelled to the along with, a branch of the British charity organization, to document the civil war occurring in the country. Days after arriving, fighting broke out near the hotel the band was staying at in Bukavu.
On August 7, 2008, McCaslin announced in a journal entry on the band's site that the band was currently taking time off from touring to do other things. Afterward, the group began working on the band's next. McCaslin worked on the second album by his side-project,. Jocz toured as a drummer for, and Whibley toured with his (then) wife,. [ ] On November 26, 2008, Sum 41 released a greatest hits album in Japan titled.
Controversy arose over some of the videos' violent content. The group made several other videos, including Basketball Butcher and 1-800-Justice, which were originally available exclusively on Sum 41's now-defunct fan club, The Goon Platoon.
On February 28, 2011, a stream of 'Blood in My Eyes', another new song from the album, was released for free listening on Alternative Press. On May 28, 2011, Sum 41 performed a live set for Sessions on. The episode included an interview with program host. ' was released as the album's second single. The band shot a music video for the song during a day off in Germany.
The group has been nominated for seven and have won twice ( in 2002 and for Chuck in 2005). Sum 41 was nominated for a for the song '.' Contents  History 1996–98: Formative years Sum 41 was formed by lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist and drummer, under the name Kaspir after Whibley convinced Jocz to join his band. Jocz was a drummer in another band and Whibley was convinced that 'he was the best drummer around'. After having several rhythm guitarists and lead vocalists try out for the band, the duo then added as lead guitarist in order for Whibley to take over as lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist. The group went through several bassists before picking to complete the band's line-up.
Deryck said 'With all of the ideas of where I wanted to take the music, I decided to make the most artistic punk rock record I could, but I didn't want to go overboard with it to the point where it's unlistenable. I wanted to push boundaries of what I wanted to do with what punk rock could mean, but keep things melodic at the same time.'
After nearly twenty hours, the carriers arrived, and the band and forty other civilians were taken to safety. Sample of ' from. 'We're All to Blame' features an alternative metal sound.
The same CD was released March 7, 2006, in Canada under the name. 2006–09: Underclass Hero, All the Good Shit and Baksh's departure On May 10, 2006, announced in a statement through his management company that he was leaving Sum 41 to work with his new band,, which has a more 'classic metal' sound. Baksh cited 'creative differences' as the reason for his departure but claimed that he was still on good terms with the band.
Afterward, the group began working on the band's next. McCaslin worked on the second album by his side-project, Jocz toured as a drummer for, and Whibley toured with his then-wife,. [ ] On November 26, 2008, Sum 41 released a greatest hits album in Japan titled.
The EP, entitled Confessions of a Toxic Generation, was nominated for 2 Nova Scotia Music Awards, for Group Recording and also Loud Recording. The band eventually won the Loud Recording award for the EP. In December 2009, McCaslin was also producing 5 songs for a new album by Canadian piano rock band The Greatest Invention (Formally – Credible Witness), which eventually got released under Walter Senko. Then in 2010 he began producing 3 songs for 7 Piece Blue grass/Folk/Indie band The Strumbellas. 2011 he was asked to produce the rest of the album. The album is now completed and called 'My Father and the Hunter'.
• • • • • Members * • • • • Former members * • Mark McAdam • Grant McVittie • • John Nicosia • Jon Marshall • Mark Spicoluk • Richard Roy Years active 1996–present Background group_or_band Labels,, Instruments Associated acts Notable Instruments Module Sum 41 is a Canadian band from. Originally called Kaspir, the band formed in 1996 and currently consists of //, /, rhythm/lead guitarist/keyboardist/backing vocalist, /backing vocalist. In 1999, the band signed an international record deal with and released its first EP,, in 2000. The band released its debut album, in 2001. The album achieved mainstream success with its first single, ', which reached number one on the chart and remains the band's most successful single to date.
A music video was also produced for the first single, 'Screaming Bloody Murder', but it was left unreleased due to its content and difficulties with the label. In May 2011, during the band's tenth anniversary Japanese tour, they debuted some new songs from, including 'Reason to Believe', 'Blood in My Eyes', 'Sick of Everyone' and 'Back Where I Belong'.
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On May 12, Deryck made the first official comment on the subject on the official message board post addressing Dave's departure. Deryck confirmed Dave's departure and announced that the band would only be replacing Dave with a touring guitarist, who wouldn't be in videos, photo shoots, albums, or have any decision-making power in the band. During the band's touring hiatus, Deryck focused on his producing career, writing and producing two songs for 's album,. Stevo recorded his first video as director for a Canadian band called, and Cone started a side project with of [[H 2O]]. The two-person band, named, released their debut album,, in early 2007. As well as playing bass, keyboards, and acoustic guitar, Cone contributed backing vocals as well as leading vocals on three songs.
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Pre-production for the new album took 13 days in December 2009, with the band officially entering the studio to begin recording at on January 26, 2010. The new studio album, titled, was expected for a late 2010 release, until it was delayed again until early 2011. The band finished recording on June 24, 2010, just before joining the 2010 Warped Tour, and while the group was on the tour, the new album entered the stages of. A new song called 'Skumfuk' was leaked online on July 6, 2010. The song is not a single of the new album, and was hoped to be included as part of a Warped Tour compilation album.
The band waited for the fighting to die down, but it did not. During that time, a peacekeeper, Charles 'Chuck' Pelletier, called for armoured carriers to take the hotel's occupants out of the hot zone.
It was announced in September that the band was planning a 10th Anniversary Tour to celebrate the album's release in 2002. The tour consisted of North American dates that spanned from November into December.
Title Length 15. 'No Apologies' 2:58 Japanese Bonus Tracks No. Title Length 15. 'No Apologies' 2:58 16. Dil hai ke manta nahin movie. 'This Is Goodbye' 2:26 Personnel [ ]. Sum 41 • –,,, • – • –, Additional musicians • – Keyboards • Dan Chase – Percussion • Michael Railton – Piano Artwork • Jonathan Mannion – Cover Photo • Patrick Hegarty – Cover Design • Brian Lauzon & Matt Taylor – Package Design, Photography Production • Deryck Whibley – • – • – • Doug McKean – • – String arrangement • Tara Podolsky & Rob 'Just Fine' Stevenson – • Keith Armstrong, Adam Fuller, Nathan Johns, Nik Karpen, & Wesley Seidman – Assistant engineers Release history [ ] Region Date July 18, 2007 / July 23, 2007 July 24, 2007 Charts and certifications [ ]. Retrieved September 9, 2015.
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They often perform more than 300 times in a single year. That is why they are known for their long and worldwide tours, most of which last more than a year. So far, all of the Sum 41 albums have done very well in Canada.
On the other hand, was less favorable, saying that it 'has its merits', but calling it a 'disappointing effort'. Gave the album a 1 out of 5, saying that it 'tries its best to be profound and musically challenging, however its only success is found, without exception, in the tracks which drop the pretense entirely and return to the formula which made the group popular to begin with.' Mike D of Blogcritics gave the album a mixed review, saying that most of the album 'sounds like someone else’s, not Sum 41′s. 'With Me' could easily be mistaken for Yellowcard and 'March of the Dogs' might as well be a Green Day song.' However, he also added 'There is one huge factor in all this that can turn the tables for this album: the lyrics.
All Killer No Filler was certified in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. In 2002, the band released, which was also a commercial and critical success. The singles ' and ' both charted highly on the modern rock charts. The band released its next album,, in 2004, led by singles ' and '. The album proved successful, peaking at number 10 on the. In 2007, the band released, which was met with a mixed reception, but gained some commercial success, becoming the band's highest charting album to date.
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• • • • • Members * • • • • Former members * • Mark McAdam • Grant McVittie • • John Nicosia • Jon Marshall • Mark Spicoluk • Richard Roy Years active 1996–present Background group_or_band Labels,, Instruments Associated acts Notable Instruments Module Sum 41 is a Canadian band from. Originally called Kaspir, the band formed in 1996 and currently consists of //, /, rhythm/lead guitarist/keyboardist/backing vocalist, /backing vocalist. In 1999, the band signed an international record deal with and released its first EP,, in 2000.