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Sum 41 Release God Save Us All (Death To Pop)

Sum 41 have dropped a final track accompanied by a music video for God Save Us All before the release of their new album 13 Voices on October 7th via Hopeless Records.

Sum 41's new album comes out on October 7th.

Sum 41's new album comes out on October 7th.

Directed by Blake Higgins, the music video shows the best bits from Sum 41 onstage during Vans Warped Tour and their European Tour, as well as all the parts inbetween. It's an energetic tribute to rock music, fast paced, with catchy riffs, memorable lyrics and incredible cinematography, the music video and song show that these pop-punk veterans are back and don't intend to slow down any time soon.

Deryck Whibley states, regarding another of their recently released single and video War

I feel that this song literally saved my life. I was at my absolute lowest point of what seemed like a never-ending recovery. When I was at a tipping point of falling back into drinking or staying the course of recovery, I grabbed a pencil and paper instead of a bottle and started writing. Whenever I had any thoughts of giving up, I would read these lyrics to myself over and over again. They helped remind me of what it was that I was fighting for, and that I needed to keep fighting harder. Giving up was not an option.

The music video has sinced racked up over 2.2 million views, earlier in the summer Sum 41 released Fake My Death, which has now reached over 4.5 million views and rising. With their new album 13 Voices coming out tomorrow, this is a good look into what to expect from the pop-punk quintet.
The album is set to be the bands first LP in five years, following up 2011's Screaming Bloody Murder, which featured the Grammy Nominated Blood In My Eyes.

Deryck Whibley started writing content for 13 Voices shortly after following his four month stay in hospital, the singer says:

I had to learn how to do everything again-my motor skills, learning how to play guitar again... I couldn’t even walk at the time. It was really difficult, but at the same time if I didn’t have a record to make, I don’t think I would have recovered as quickly, or even at all. Writing music gave me a purpose. I had to get better.

As things around him improved, his songwriting grew with it, and the finished album began to take shape. It was recorded, produced and engineered by Deryck at his home in Los Angeles. The album hits the shelves tomorrow, and features 10 tracks.
Sum 41 are currently on tour across the USA and South America until December.


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