Sum 41 at The Glass House (Show Review)

Mon, Jan 14, 2013 at 1:21 PM by User 7 Comments

After a long hiatus, it was unknown if Sum 41 were even alive. On Thursday, January 10, the band made it obvious that they were very much still alive. Super nostalgic were a couple words that came to mind on this day, and Sum 41 rocked the Glass House stage in Pomona, CA in front of an enthusiastic, and ever so rowdy audience.

While the band is touring on the 10th anniversary of second full-length “Does This Look Infected?”, don’t expect frontman Deryck Whibley, bassist Cone McCaslin, drummer Steve Jocz, and lead guitarist Tom Thacker to play the album in its entirety. Rather, the night’s set boasted of tracks spanning the band’s catchy discography (Still Waiting, In Too Deep, Fat Lip, and the latest Blood In My Eyes being among them) with some covers in the mix. It would be a night to remember as the crowd sang along, broke out into circle pits, and brought forth a continuous flow of crowd surfers throughout the night.

Sum 41′s tour continues forth through North America until the beginning of February. before going overseas.

Click here for the full article by Lan Nguyen for as well as a handful of photos from the show.

  1. Deka C avatar

    On Sun, Jan 20, 2013, Deka C said:

    We really want Sum 41 in Brazil...please come to Brazil, it´s gonna be awsome!!!

  2. Ainhoa avatar

    On Sun, Jan 20, 2013, Ainhoa said:

    When you finish de tour in the North America, pleasssse come back to Spain, and pleasee come to the rock star barakaldo
    I need more sum 41 !

  3. RushingOn avatar

    On Thu, Jan 17, 2013, RushingOn said:


  4. Franco Abbenda avatar

    On Wed, Jan 16, 2013, Franco Abbenda said:

    Buenos Aires still waiting for you!

  5. MNSkater avatar

    On Tue, Jan 15, 2013, MNSkater said:

    Come to Minnesota!!!

  6. Denis Razov avatar

    On Tue, Jan 15, 2013, Denis Razov said:

    if in Russia will come that will be cool!!)

  7. Star Wang avatar

    On Tue, Jan 15, 2013, Star Wang said:

    Why no comments?

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