SUM 41 PHOENIX CONCERT THEATRE, TORONTO / NOVEMBER 8TH
We’re not afraid to admit it: Does This Look Infected? and the rest of 2002 were a pretty big deal in our lives as we prepped for “teenagedom” and a life full of East Coast alternative and Tony Hawk Pro Skater.
Most of all, it was a massive intro to the bottomless pit that is music and SUM 41′s riff-friendly show in Toronto was a clear reminder as the Ajax punks ripped through their sophomore record and a set full of chomps of nostalgia (“Fat Lip”, “In Too Deep”, “Pain For Pleasure”) and ear-carving chords (“Sick Of It All”, “We’re All To Blame”, “Skumfuk”). Like everyone else in the sold-out audience that night, we’re still waiting for the sense of euphoria to pack up its bags and leave us alone.
As four middle-aged men with iconic spiky hair walked onto the wooden stage, fans screamed and anticipated a blast from the past.
Veteran Canadian punk rockers Sum 41 commanded the Town Ballroom stage Wednesday night to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the group’s third album, Does This Look Infected? The band’s hour and 45-minute set contained all of the songs from that album as well as other fan favorites.
If you're in a band and you want to open for Sum 41, you won't want to miss this.
Sum 41 are on tour now in a city near you to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their hit album "Does This Look Infected?". They want one of YOU to be their opening act…yeah you heard it right.
Along with your fans, Sum 41 and TopBlip will be choosing their opening act in select cities! So get your bands ready and start those video cameras because you could be the next big thing on stage! Oh and if you want to really impress Sum 41 you better cover one of their songs!
Attention Skumfuks! Sum41 is heading out on a North American tour to commemorate the 10th Anniversary of "Does This Look Infected?"!
But before the band hits the road, we want to see how you would design a 10th Anniversary album cover for "Does This Look Infected?". Sum41 will choose their favorite entry to win a signed copy of "DTLI?"!!
More details after the jump