"Thank You For The Last 27 Years" — Sum 41 Announces That They Are Disbanding

There will be a final album and world tour.

Cover image via @altpress/@sum41 (Instagram) & Sum 41 (Facebook)

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After over two decades, Canadian rock band Sum 41 just announced that they are going their separate ways

On Tuesday, 8 May, the band thanked fans on their socials for their support in bringing them some of the best moments in their lives.

"It is hard to articulate the love and respect we have for all of you and we wanted you to hear this from us first. Sum 41 will be disbanding," reads the farewell note on their Facebook post, which has since been shared over 43,000 times.

The band shared that they will release their last album, 'Heaven :x: Hell', and conduct their final world tour to celebrate.

It's been a bittersweet time since the announcement, as fans across the globe thanked the band for all the memories they've provided over the years

Image via Facebook
Image via Facebook
Image via Facebook
Image via Facebook
Image via Facebook

Known for pop-punk songs such as In Too Deep, Fat Lip, and Still Waiting, Sum 41 has been a part of many '80s and '90s kids teen years since 1996

The band currently consists of five members: Deryck Whibley (lead vocals, guitars, keyboards), Dave "Brownsound" Baksh (lead guitar, backing vocals), Jason "Cone" McCaslin (bass, backing vocals), Tom Thacker (guitars, keyboards, backing vocals), and Frank Zummo (drums, percussion, and occasional backing vocals).

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