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Sum 41 Performs “Landmines” On ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ “One Last Time”

Sum 41 Winter 2023
[Photo via Rise Records]

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 forward to from the storied group. 

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

Leading up to their performance on Jimmy Kimmel, bassist Cone—who will launch his new idobi Radio show “Cone’s Cave” on Monday, February 12 at 7 PM ET/4 PM PT—shared on Instagram, “We’ve played on @jimmykimmellive a few times and we are going to do it one last time this Thursday, February 8th at 11:35/10:35c on @abcnetwork! #Kimmel I can’t wait! @sum41”

While the group has already released a track from each side of the double album—”Landmines” from Heaven, which also served as the leading single for the album launch, and “Rise Up” from the Hell side—they opted to perform the kickoff track “Landmines” on Jimmy Kimmel. The song serves as an evident nod to their younger selves, stirring memories of their rise to fame with breakout hits such as “Fatlip” and “In Too Deep.”

Watch Sum 41’s performance of “Landmines” on Jimmy Kimmel Live below.

More on “Cone’s Cave”

Earlier this week, storied bassist Cone McCaslin of Sum 41 announced that he would be joining the idobi Radio family with his new show “Cone’s Cave,” which kicks off on Monday, February 12 at 7 PM ET/4 PM PT with a podcast of the episode to follow later in the evening.

Cone’s weekly series will bring conversations and insights into the punk, metal, and rock world while offering a glimpse into Cone’s life as a legendary rocker himself. He will also chat with actors, actresses, athletes, and more for a guaranteed good time! Adrian Young, the esteemed drummer of DREAMCAR and No Doubt, will join Cone on the debut episode on February 12. Together, Cone and Adrian engage in a captivating conversation, unraveling the early chapters of No Doubt‘s illustrious history and exploring the pivotal breakthrough moments that shaped the band. 

Be sure to tune in to “Cone’s Cave” every Monday at 7 PM ET/4 PM PT here!

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