OMG, yes, I received a f*cking signed copy of the latest album of Sum 41! It was held by every member of the band and signed by each and every one of them. I've been a huge fan since I was younger, and however I kinda outgrew their music, I couldn't be more happy with this! The music on the last album is like Screaming Bloody Murder more towards the heavier sound, and that's a good thing, in my opinion.
Sum 41 has been teasing us with new singles of their upcoming album, 13 Voices. The first single, Fake My Own Death was a bit of a change, but, I liked it. The second one, War, also felt somewhat different in the beginning, but in the end also still ok. But now they released God Save Us All (Death to POP). And this one just felt plain weird to me.
As you might have read in my previous post, I went to Rock Werchter this year. And one of the bands performing on Rock Werchter was surprisingly Bring Me The Horizon! BMTH is one of the last bands I expect to see at Rock Werchter since this festival is aiming on the big crowd and mainstream music. However, it is known that BMTH is becoming mainstream as well.
This year I went to Haacht for 5 days to enjoy myself in the rain, the mud and eat cold ravioli. And of course, music and live performances of world class (rock) bands! One of the big headliners this year were the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Sum 41 releases new song, "Fake My Own Death", as lead single for their comeback album, titled "13 Voices", set for October 7th later this year. After a 5 year break from their previous album, "Screaming Bloody Murder", new material is coming our way soon.
Bring Me The Horizon named after "Now, bring me the horizon", the last line of Jack Sparrow in the Pirates of the Caribbean movie "Curse of the Black Pearl", played last night in Brussels in the Ancienne Belgique. After the original date, the 22th of November 2015, was cancelled due to terror alert level 4 in Brussels, they re-scheduled for the 5th of April 2016.