Sum 41, Paper Lions & In Japan with Yamaha
Sum 41 is again with 13 Voices, their sixth full-length album and first since 2011’s Screaming Bloody Murder. It marks many new appears for the long-running Canadian band, being the primary album with out unique drummer Steve Jocz but in addition the primary with unique guitarist Dave Baksh in 10 years. Fans have already been receptive to the primary singles and frontman Deryck Whibley chats with Mike about this thrilling time within the band’s spectacular profession. Plus, PEI indie-pop quartet Paper Lions are recent from the discharge of their newest album, Full Colour, and have celebrated that launch with a hometown “Super Show” – reportedly the most important present ever headlined by a PEI band within the province’s historical past. We’ll chat with the blokes about what it took to stage this monstrous spectacle and about taking Full Colour on the highway throughout Canada as a self-managed, fully unbiased band.
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