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For the final time as a collective, Grammy-nominated band Sum 41 have released their new double album, ‘Heaven :x: Hell’, out now via Rise Records.

‘Heaven :x: Hell’ is the most ambitious album from Sum 41 yet – ‘Heaven’ is 10 tracks of snarling high energy pop punk, while ‘Hell’ consists of ten heavy metal anthems spiked with fret-burning solos, thrashing riffs, and fist-pumping hooks.  The band has been straddling the line of pop-punk and metal for their entire career, and ‘Heaven :x: Hell’ is a testament to their innovative sound and unmatched skill, proving them as pioneers 27 years after the bands inception.

‘Heaven :x: Hell’ is aiming for nothing short of greatness, a perfect parting gift from the band to the fans that have supported them endlessly.

I love Sum 41, what we’ve achieved, endured, and stuck together through, which is why I want to call it quits,” vocalist Deryck Whibley says on the new album. “There were so many times we could’ve broken up. For some reason, we kept sticking it out. I’m proud of that. It’s the right time to walk away from it. I’m putting all of my energy into what’s ahead. This is going to be the biggest tour of our lives, and I want to make it the best show we’ve ever done. That’s it.”

In addition, Sum 41 have released a new music video for Dopamine. The video takes viewers on an adventure through the highs and lows of Las Vegas – wandering down the iconic Las Vegas Strip, winning big at the casino, running through hotels, and watching the person you love get married by an Elvis impersonator to somebody else.

Prior to the release of ‘Heaven :x: Hell’, Sum 41 shared Landmines, Rise Up, and Waiting On A Twist Of Fate. Landmines was performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live and reached #1 on Billboard‘s Alternative Airplay chart, marking the band’s first #1 single since Fat Lip claimed the spot in 2001. The track also hit the #1 spot at Alternative Radio and Active Rock Radio in Canada.

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