Tuna of Toast w Sum 41 Deryck Whibley
In this episode of Tuna on Toast, Stryker welcomes Deryck Whibley, frontman of Sum 41. The guys discuss some of Deryck’s earliest influences, including how the Sex Pistols, NOFX, and Pennywise influenced his career. He also looks back at the bidding war that surrounded Sum 41, and the way things took off for the band when “Fat Lip” became a massive hit. Deryck explains why an MTV performance alongside Tommy Lee from Motley Crue and Rob Halford of Judas Priest was one of the most important moments in his career. He also discusses the pressure he was put under when creating Sum 41’s sophomore album, a process he describes as “tortuous.” Deryck gives Stryker an update on Sum 41’s upcoming double album, Heaven and Hell. Will it arrive this year? Listen and find out. Subscribe to Tuna on Toast, follow us on socials, spread the word to your friends – and thank you for the support!
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