• Sum 41's Deryck Whibley on ‘All Killer No Filler' at 20: ‘For the Longest Time, I Thought It Wasn't Very Good'

    15 days ago - By Billboard

    As bands like Green Day and blink-182 gained mainstream success through the nineties, punk was becoming pop music and one of the most ubiquitous sounds of the era. Helping drive it around the turn of the millennium was Sum 41 , thanks to their exhilarating debut full-length, All Killer No Filler.
    The Ajax, Ontario foursome were old-school punk rock and metal enthusiasts who paired their prankster sense of humor with an earnest, hardworking approach to their craft: 2000's EP, Half Hour of Power, signaled such nascent talent. But it was 2001's All Killer, with its irresistible melodies and...
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