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Yo Durban! Not going to Oppikoppi this weekend? Well Hilltop Live is bringing Sum 41 to the Wave House on the 5th of August and we’ve got 2 tickets to hook you up with. Just post some Sum 41 lyrics on Mahala’s Facebook wall and get your hundreds of Facebook friends to like your post. Easy! The 2 posts with the highest amount of likes will each win themselves a ticket to see Sum 41 at Wave House on the 5th of August.

Canadian punk rock group Sum 41 will be hitting South Africa in
August, with two phenomenal live shows at Wave House in Durban, on 5
August and at the OppiKoppi “Unknown Brother” Festival in Limpopo, on
7 August.

The Juno Award-winning band, formed in Ajax, Ontario in 1996. The band
all came together 41 days into the summer before their senior year of
high school, and formed their own band. Their name came from this 41
day period. Sum 41 band members are Deryck Whibley (lead vocals,
rhythm guitar), Cone McCaslin (bass guitar, backing vocals), Steve
Jocz (drums, backing vocals), and Thomas Thacker (lead guitar, backing
vocals, keyboard)

Since their inception in 1996, Sum 41 has been relentless,
unapologetic, and unconcerned with musical boundaries. To date, the
band has released five studio albums, namely All Killer, No Filler
(2001), Does This Look Infected? (2002), Chuck (2004), Underclass Hero
(2007) and Screaming Bloody Murder (29 March, 2011). With their
eagerly anticipated fifth album, Screaming Bloody Murder, released
earlier this year, the upcoming tour dates are sure re-confirm their
staggering live reputation.

Speaking about their new album, Bassist Cone McCaslin feels “like we
really reached a new level with this one. It’s definitely my
favourite Sum 41 album. Musically, this album has pushed way beyond
anything we have ever done. I can’t wait for fans to hear this album.
I can’t wait to play this album live.” With track titles
like: ‘Blood in My Eyes’, ‘Jessica Kill’, ‘Holy Image of Lies’ and
‘Happiness Machines’, Screaming Bloody Murder is an evolution of the
band’s metal and punk-rock influence, but continues to blend musical
styles as they have done in the past.

Furthermore, Sum 41 who have collaborated with Iggy Pop, Ludacris,
Tommy Lee, Rob Haldford, and Tenacious D, and were invited to tour
with heavy metal legends Motley Crue in the past when they reunited;
bring a seemingly inexhaustible supply of youthful energy in their

Sum 41 is without a doubt one of the more prominent names in the
history of punk rock and can justifiably be described as one of the
perennial punk rock bands of our generation. Recently labelled as one
of the world’s best live bands, be sure to catch the downright
legendary band, at one of their spectacular concerts in South Africa!

Tour Dates:
5 August, Friday: Hilltop Live presents Sum 41
Venue: Wave House, Gateway Mall, DBN
Tickets: Available at
www.ticketbreak.co.za for R250

7 August, Sunday: Oppikoppi “Unknown Brother” Festival
Venue: Oppikoppi Farm, Northam, Limpopo
Tickets: Available at
www.ticketbreak.co.za for R550

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