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Deryck Whibley Of Sum 41 Announces ‘Heaven And Hell’ Memoir

Sum 41 frontman Deryck Whibley has announced that he’ll be releasing a memoir. Aptly titled Walking Disaster: My Life Through Heaven And Hell, after different songs from the pop-punker’s popular act, the book will be released on Oct. 8 via Gallery Books. Fans can pre-order a copy of the book here. Whibley posted the announcement on his Instagram, saying he is “extremely honored and excited” about this opportunity. This comes after the Canadian act’s statement that they will disband later this year. The novel includes Whibley’s reflection on his trials and tribulations and a backstage look at how Sum 41… Read more »


NOFX Drops “I’m A Rat” Music Video, Announces ‘Half Album’

Marking the beginning of their end, NOFX has dropped a new song and music video for their track, “I’m A Rat.” Taking advantage of Mickey Mouse entering the public domain in 2024, the legendary punk band had “Steamboat Fatty” embrace his kinky side and be incredibly self-indulgent with cheese. (Who of us hasn’t wanted to go ham on some cheese?) “I am a rat/And I don’t wanna hear your sermon/I am a vermin/And I’m always gonna gnaw on things/I know will aggravate you,” Fat Mike sings. Check out the parody music video for “I’m A Rat” below. The song is… Read more »


Sum 41 Brings Punk Rock Museum To Life In “Waiting On A Twist Of Fate”

With their final album, Heaven :x: Hell, only a month out from release, Sum 41 has unleashed the newest preview to their 20-track double record, “Waiting On A Twist Of Fate.” The group’s final record will arrive via Rise Records on March 29. Across their electrifying new single, the band unleashes a surge of high-octane energy. Serving as the third preview of their highly anticipated upcoming album, the track ignites a frenzy of sound. Set against the backdrop of Fat Mike’s Punk Rock Museum in Las Vegas, NV, the band delivers a rowdy performance amidst an awe-inspiring collection of punk… Read more »


Sum 41 Announces Final Dates Of Worldwide Farewell Tour

It’s been just over eight months since Sum 41 announced that they would be disbanding following the release of their final double album, Heaven :x: Hell, set to arrive on March 29 via Rise Records, and their final farewell tour. As their album launch draws nearer, Sum 41 has announced their final worldwide run, Tour Of The Setting Sum. The Interrupters will join the storied pop-rockers across the North American leg of the tour, which will kick off on April 19 in Omaha, NE. The tour will run throughout 2024 before culminating in the group’s final hoorah on January 25… Read more »


Yankees use iconic My Chemical Romance track in their 2023 hype video

When I was a young boy, my father took me into the city to see a…Yankees game? Yesterday, March 30, the New York Yankees kicked off Opening Day at Yankee Stadium against the San Francisco Giants. And with Opening Day, the Yankees organization has released a hype video with a surprise My Chemical Romance “G note.” While the video only runs for a minute and 49 seconds, the iconic 2006 My Chemical Romance track “Welcome To The Black Parade” echoes brilliantly behind the commentator. Cutting to the track’s epic third verse, fans are seen cheering while vocalist Gerard Way’s full-throated… Read more »


News Flashes 10.13.22: Queen’s New Song, The Punk Rock Museum, and Punk Spring 2023

— Today we talk about a never before heard Queen song, the Punk Rock Museum, and Punk Spring 2023. — Never Before Released Queen Song Sometimes life hands us gifts that we absolutely did not expect. Queen has released an “unearthed” track with Freddie Mercury leading the band. “Face it Alone” was originally recorded in the 80s and meant for The Miracle. The album was released two years before Mercury passed. Now it is about to be re-released, which led to the track’s discovery. The band previously thought releasing the song was a lost cause. However, their sound engineering team… Read more »

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