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AKNF featured in Rolling Stones 50 greatest Pop-Punk Albums!
posted by TomiT14 on Fri Nov 17, 2017 4:38 pm

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Rolling Stone listed 50 Greatest Pop-Punk Albums of all time, and Sum 41's All Killer No Filler made the list! Check out the list behind the link and find out how good this album really was (Hint: it wasn't #41).


Rolling Stone: 50 Greatest Pop-Punk Albums

My thoughts:
Spoiler: show
I'm positively surprised it got so high! And I'm shocked it was ranked better than American Idiot! :ohshiz:
10th Anniversary of Underclass Hero
posted by TomiT14 on Thu Nov 02, 2017 11:54 pm

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For the 10th anniversary of Underclass Hero, Deryck posted a video where he goes through all the layers of Walking Disaster. Check it out!

Walking Disaster



Underclass Hero



For me, this is the kind of video I've dreamed of seeing. Seriously, one of my dreams has been to listen to Deryck while he goes through the songs like this. Can't remember when I've been this excited watching a video! I definitely hope he'll do more!
Deryck and Frank performing at Chester Memorial show
posted by TomiT14 on Sat Oct 28, 2017 11:09 am

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Deryck and Frank performed at the memorial show for late Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington last night at the Hollywood Bowl. Check them out playing a couple of songs with Linkin Park!

Rebellion (Frank) - 02:04:57
The Catalyst (Deryck & Frank) - 02:10:06
A Light That Never Comes (Frank) - 02:52:06
Bleed It Out / The Messenger (Deryck & Frank) - 03:05:15

Watch the whole show here (featuring artists like blink-182, Yellowcard, A Day To Remember, System Of A Down and many more!):

The Carnival Of Sins - 10 years of Underclass Hero
posted by TomiT14 on Tue Jul 18, 2017 10:12 pm

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THE CARNIVAL OF SINS IS NOW ABOUT TO BEGIN!

That's right, folks! 10 years has passed since Sum 41's 5th studio album, Underclass Hero hit the shelves!

For us TNSers, Underclass Hero was very special. TNS was founded in order to have a place for fans to discuss the upcoming album, so UH was the record that got this thing started.

At the time, Underclass Hero received a lot of criticism, the most compared to any other Sum 41 release. Both media and the fans were expecting a heavier record after Chuck, and UH was constantly being compared to other albums. It was also the first recording without Dave Brownsound, so a lot of fans felt disappointed. Still, a big part of the fans thought it was their best work at the time, and some think it's their best album even today.

How did you feel about Underclass Hero when it first came out? Has your view changed in 10 years?

Let's celebrate the most underrated Sum-album by sharing your favorite moments from that era using the hashtag #Underclass10.
Share pictures, make a cover for a song of your choice or post your favorite piece of lyrics!

Let's show the band that we're doing fine, still after a decade!
Watch the APMAs live!
posted by TomiT14 on Sat Jul 15, 2017 6:37 pm

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As you should know by now, Sum 41 is nominated for 3 categories in the 2017 Alternative Press Music Awards. In addition, our very own Frank Zummo will be performing with fellow drummer Adrian Young (No Doubt, Dreamcar). The awards take place in Cleveland, OH on Monday, July 17th. If you can't make it there yourself, you can watch the live stream for free!

The live stream will be found behind these links:
https://music.amazon.com/apmas
https://www.twitch.tv/amazonmusic

The red carpet will be streamed live on AltPress' Facebook page, starting at 3:30 pm EDT.

The main event will start at 7 pm EDT / 4 pm PDT.
That's 00 am BST (London) and 01 am CEST (Paris).
Use the Time Zone Converter to determine the starting time at your city.
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