Sum 41 have confirmed they’ve recorded a double album, with one 50 percent of ‘Heaven And Hell’ motivated by the pop-punk of their early albums.
In a new job interview, Deryck Whibley confirmed that the band’s eighth album is done, but it doesn’t at the moment have a launch date.
Speaking to Rolling Stone, Whibley reported that the new Sum 41 history arrived about by “accident” following the label asked him if the band experienced any leftover tracks from debut album ‘All Killer, No Filler’ for a achievable 20th anniversary re-launch.
They didn’t, but Whibley made available to generate some in the very same fashion. “Once I experienced about 4 or five songs, I was like, ‘You know what? I like all these. I’m not offering these to anybody’.”
Talking about the ‘Heaven’ 50 % of their new double album, Whibley spelled out that “some odd nostalgia kicked in since of the pandemic. A good deal of other persons had been retreating to items that made them sense good in the past. It all built perception to me why pop-punk is coming back: it is really feel-great tunes. There is a thing that is happy about it. One thing younger and harmless and free.”
However the ‘Hell’ 50 percent of their new album is heavier and impressed by the earth of steel. “Some of the steel things will come with a large amount of anger for individuals who have stolen from me and harm me in the previous,” described Whibley. “I can offer with anxiety and the problems that go on in everyday living almost certainly simply because I produce about it and I get it all out.”
Previous 12 months, Whibley mentioned he didn’t think ‘All Killer, No Filler’ (which gave us pop-punk staples ‘In As well Deep’ and Fats Lip’) was that superior.
“I’ve constantly felt it wasn’t that good, if I’m remaining straightforward,” he claimed. “I never rather understood — to a stage where it’s practically like, when people convey to me it usually means a lot to them or it was a actually very good album as opposed to other documents, I normally think they’re lying. I have often felt like, ‘Have you listened to it recently, even though? I really don’t know if it holds up.’”