Sum 41 – “Order in Decline” [Album Review]

Canada’s Sum 41 have come long way since they blasted into the mainstream with their second album, 2001’s All Killer, No Filler (reminisce on Spotify here), and the wildly popular single, “Fat Lip.” It was pop-punk at its finest during the era when bands like Blink 182 were dominating the charts. Sadly, Sum 41 were unable to re-produce the success of this outstanding selection of tunes with any ot...

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