Pop-punk powerhouses Sum 41 say goodbye on ambitious final album

Ever the ugly step-sibling of pop punk’s largest acts, Sum 41 have consistently brought their unique brand of metal-injected energy to the table regardless of critical perception. They’ve always been too pop for the punk crowd and too punk for the pop crowd to really capitalise on the mainstream explosion of the genre in the

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11 Underground Bands Keeping Classic Metal Alive in 2022

In the current age of streaming, it can be easy to get enamoured with metal music that sounds emphatically modern. Sometimes, though, it’s nice to take it back to where it all started. That is, with hard-hitting, no-nonsense metal reminiscent of the legendary records released in the 1980s. Judas Priest, Iron Maiden, Helloween, Dio, and

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