Sum 41 says it is disbanding after 27 years collectively
Members of the band Sum 41 have introduced they’re breaking apart after 27 years collectively, saying they’re “excited for what the long run will convey for every of us.”
In a press release posted to Twitter, the punk rock band stated Monday they are going to be disbanding and are grateful for the almost three a long time of help.
“We are perpetually grateful to our followers each outdated and new, who’ve supported us in each manner,” the band stated.
The band, which consists of frontman Deryck Whibley, lead guitarist Dave Baksh, bassist Jason McCaslin, guitarist Tom Thacker and drummer Frank Zummo, stated they are going to proceed their upcoming tour dates and launch their remaining album, “Heaven :x: Hell.” They can even launch a remaining worldwide headlining tour to have fun the discharge.
Sum 41 shaped in 1996 in Ajax, Ontario and went on to have business success within the early 2000s, with hits akin to “Fat Lip,” “In Too Deep” and “Motivation.” The band was nominated for a Grammy Award for finest arduous rock/metallic efficiency for “Blood in My Eyes” in 2012. They have been additionally nominated for seven Juno Awards – Canada’s prime music honor – and received three of them.
“For now, we look ahead to seeing all of you skumfuks on the street and are excited for what the long run will convey for every of us. Thank you for the final 27 years of Sum 41,” the band stated Monday.
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