Sum 41 Poster – Does This Look Infected Tour

Thursday 20th of February 2020 03:33:46 AM

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Sum 41 Poster – Does This Look Infected Tour

Sum 41 Poster - Does This Look Infected Tour

Sum 41 Poster – Does This Look Infected Tour

Promo Flyer to advertise a concert on the Sum 41 Does This Look Infected Tour

| Size – approximately 11×17 inches (28x43cm)

| Price – $9.84

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A chilly night in Boise, add some rockin tunes =

About three songs into the set, Deryck decided to ask the audience a very important question, “So who wants to get up here and watch the whole show from on stage with us?” Fans went absolutely nuts when he asked them to be one of the few who were chosen to come on stage with the band. Who knew that this would help fuel crowd energy for the remainder of the set? People went nuts! More

Start with a couple of good openers and add some fast shit, you get ?

The set consisted of Whibley’s prowess at the front of the stage, a given once one looks at the band’s touring habits. Regularly performing over 300 nights a year for some 17 years helps in the expertise department. Flanked by his co-founder Steve Jocz and longtime bandmate “Cone” McCauslin, Whibley kept the mass of fans bouncing, screaming and moshing. The crowd — generally looking like extras from the “Fat Lip” video, just older and more regularly showered — couldn’t get enough. Daring the pit to push it further, Deryck stated, “Motherfuckers love the fast shit, then let’s stay with the fast shit!” More here

Rockin it at Zydeco says Chris Davidson

As expected, a chant emerged from the eager crowd. When the band finally came out, Zydeco became an echo chamber of cheers and screaming. Lead singer Deryck Whibley grinned maniacally as the group began their first number, a rendition of “The Hell Song,” from Does This Look Infected?, for which they were doing this tenth anniversary tour. They had brought out their road cases to serve as platforms to raise themselves above the crowd to draw the members of the audience closer. Several incidents of crowd surfing occurred with an occasional, but mostly non-violent mosh pit. Whibley ran all over the stage looking like a cross between the ringmaster of a chaotic circus and a mad scientist on the brink of discovery. More

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