10 Songs, 37 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Recorded after frontman Deryck Whibley almost died from alcohol-related liver and kidney failure, Sum 41's sixth album is the heaviest work the Canadian pop-punk group ever released—on multiple levels. The lovely piano ballad "War" finds him assessing the damage he's done to himself; returning guitarist Dave Baksh’s Iron Maiden-inspired, intricately tapped guitar solos blend smoothly back into the group's pop-punk sound, especially on "Fake My Own Death" and "Goddamn I'm Dead Again," helping the album reach an overall triumphant mood.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Recorded after frontman Deryck Whibley almost died from alcohol-related liver and kidney failure, Sum 41's sixth album is the heaviest work the Canadian pop-punk group ever released—on multiple levels. The lovely piano ballad "War" finds him assessing the damage he's done to himself; returning guitarist Dave Baksh’s Iron Maiden-inspired, intricately tapped guitar solos blend smoothly back into the group's pop-punk sound, especially on "Fake My Own Death" and "Goddamn I'm Dead Again," helping the album reach an overall triumphant mood.

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