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Album Review

Sum 41 – 13 Voices


Sum 41 still have it.

Label: Hopeless Records
Released: 7th October 2016

Rating: ★★★

Sum 41 are back, and they’re angry. It’s understandable too. Deryck Whibley’s trials in the years leading up to ‘13 Voices’ are well documented, and clearly form the primary influence for the album – something which proves its biggest strength and weakness. Personal and occasionally pretty dark, for anyone hoping for a blast through the good times, a shock awaits. This isn’t ‘All Killer, No Filler’ part two. When that old flame starts to burn though, like on ‘Goddamn I’m Dead Again’, Sum 41 still have it. Stephen Ackroyd