Toronto, Canada) – After almost 27 years, it’s over: Canadian punk rock band Sum 41 have announced their separation!
“We wanted you to hear it from us first,” the musicians said in a statement released on Monday (local time): “Sum 41 will be disbanding.”
The band will complete all remaining tour dates in 2023 and release one final album titled Heaven:x:Hell. Then there will be a final world tour “to celebrate”.
Being part of the band has given the musicians “some of the best times of our lives” since 1996. You are grateful to your fans for the support. “We are excited to see what the future holds for each of us,” the statement read. “Thank you for the last 27 years of Sum 41”.
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Sum 41 has a turbulent history behind it. The Canadians made their international breakthrough in 2001 with their hit “Fat Lip” and were on the verge of dying again and again in the years that followed. In 2014, singer Deryck Whibley (43) was hospitalized after excessive alcohol consumption with liver and kidney failure. He treated his addiction in the album “13 Voices”.
In Germany, the Canadian punk rockers can be seen at the “Rock im Park” in Nuremberg (June 3) and the “Rock am Ring” at the Nürburgring (June 4).
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