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Cone of Sum 41 Ushers In Season 3 of Cone’s Cave With The Go-Go’s Jane Wiedlin

After taking a few weeks off to rest and recharge, Jason “Cone” McCaslin of Sum 41 has returned for season 3 of Cone’s Cave, exclusively on idobi Radio. Ushering in this fresh season with a bang rather than a whisper, Cone welcomes living legend, Rock & Roll Hall of Famer, founding guitarist of The Go-Go’s, Jane Wiedlin. Not only was Jane part of one of the greatest all-female rock bands in history, but she also has a new band now called Elettro Domestico. “You don’t wanna go anywhere because we talk about a lot of stuff,” Cone introduces the episode.… Read more »


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Exclusive: Sum 41 joins The Gunz Show to talk about their farewell tour – this is a must listen for old and new Sum fans!


Sum 41 Shares “Dopamine” Music Video, Drops ‘Heaven :x: Hell’

The most bittersweet day has finally arrived. Sum 41 officially dropped their final record, the double album entitled Heaven :x: Hell. Of course, the supercharged quintet has another music video, as well, for the track “Dopamine.” Lead vocalist and upcoming author Deryck Whibley shares, “I can’t believe after all this time, our new and FINAL album is ready to be heard. I really hope you enjoy it and I can’t wait to see you out on the road celebrate the final shows with us.” Out now via Rise Records, Sum 41‘s Heaven :x: Hell is the perfect bookend to a… Read more »


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 »


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 Performs “Landmines” On ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ “One Last Time”

Before they hang up their old Chuck Taylors one last time and ride off into the sunset, saddles ablaze with triumph and glory for their final full-length release, Heaven :x: Hell, slated to arrive via Rise Records on March 29, Sum 41 has delivered an unforgettable performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live, treating us to a legendary display of pop-punk prowess. The group announced in May 2023 that, following their double-album release in 2024 and a world tour, they would bid Sum 41 farewell after nearly 30 years. While emotions run high regarding their breakup, there’s still so much to look… Read more »


Sum 41 Bassist Cone McCaslin Announces “Cone’s Cave” Show on idobi Radio

Of course, we’re counting down the days until Sum 41 set the world ablaze with their forthcoming double album, Heaven :x: Hell, which is scheduled to arrive as the band’s final record on March 29 via Rise Records. However, when one door closes, another opens. While the final chapter of the storied pop-punkers is filled with bittersweet emotions, we’re excited to announce that Sum 41 bassist Cone McCaslin will be joining the idobi Radio family with his new show, “Cone’s Cave.” Scheduled to launch on Monday, February 12, at 7 PM ET/4 PM PT, followed by a podcast of the… 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 »


Sum 41 Pays Tribute to Rage Against The Machine With Cover

“We wanted to salute one of our all-time favorite bands,” is what Sum 41 posted on their Twitter. Legends see legends in this special release from the Canadian pop-punk icons. Their cover of Rage Against The Machine’s “Sleep Now In The Fire” was released after hearing of the band’s announcement that they are no longer touring or playing live. With both acts hanging up their guitars, it’s a poetic sendoff. The original recording of the song was from their 2023 Hellfest Open Air set in Clisson, France. In the video, you see Sum 41 frontman Deryck Whibley running around on… Read more »


Frank Zummo Is “Focused On Enjoying Every Night” With Sum 41

In 2015, Frank Zummo joined Sum 41. Since taking over on drums for the storied group, they’ve released two full-length albums and are gearing up to drop their final double album, Heaven :x: Hell, out March 29 via Rise Records. The ending of Sum 41 is a weird thought. Anyone who grew up on pop-punk knows the band’s legendary status, and their active presence will be missed, but I’m excited to see what the guys decide to pursue once their final tour wraps up later this year. Zummo has always been involved in a variety of cool projects that I’ve… Read more »

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