Sum 41 has announced a new album called Heaven and Hell.
The project is a double record consisting of two halves: Heaven, which will be made up of pop-punk songs the “Fat Lip” rockers are known for, and Hell, which will be all metal.
Speaking to Rolling Stone about the two-part album, frontman Deryck Whibley explains that Heaven reflects the “young and innocent and free” feeling of pop-punk, while the darker Hell “comes with a lot of anger for people who have stolen from me and hurt me in the past.”
A release date for Heaven and Hell has yet to be announced. It’ll be the follow-up to 2019’s Order in Decline.
In the meantime, you can buy tickets for Sum 41’s Blame Canada tour with fellow north-of-the-border band Simple Plan, which launches on April 29 in Raleigh, North Carolina.
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