Sum 41 Returns with Riff-Heavy 'Fake My Own Death' Music Video

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Canadian pop punk/metal heroes Sum 41 recently announced plans for a new album, 13 Voices, and late Tuesday night the band premiered a video for its lead single, Fake My Own Death.
As this record will be the first with original guitarist Dave Baksh since 2004’s Chuck, the new song has a decidedly familiar sound to it – fans that took a liking to the band’s early 2000s hits such as Fat Lip, Still Waiting, The Hell Song and Over My Head, Better Off Dead should appeal to this one’s aggression…
Here’s the clip, which blends performance footage with explosions and a collection of oddly edited pop culture images throughout:

It’s a good year for fans of the early 2000s pop/punk scene. Blink-182 have a new album out this week, Thrice just released a great record, Yellowcard have a new album and final tour coming soon, the Matches are back in action, and Good Charlotte are busy once again as well.
13 Voices will be released via Hopeless Records on October 7. Sum 41 will be on the road all summer on the Vans Warped Tour, check below for dates and stay tuned for more!
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