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After spending nearly all of last year on the road, including their 4th headlining run on the 2010 Vans Warped Tour – RIAA platinum Island Records group Sum 41 has completed the most long-awaited new studio album of their career. SCREAMING BLOODY MURDER, arriving March 29th jumps out with the title tune single, “Screaming Bloody Murder,” impacting now at Alternative Rock ... Read more in Amazon's Sum 41 Store

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  • Audio CD (28 Mar. 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Mercury
  • ASIN: B004P8J0YK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 76,586 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Reason To Believe
2. Screaming Bloody Murder
3. Skumfuk
4. Time For You To Go
5. Jessica Kill
6. What Am I To Say
7. Holy Image Of Lies
8. Sick Of Everyone
9. Happiness Machine
10. Crash
11. Blood In My Eyes
12. Baby You Don't Wanna Know
13. Back Where I Belong
14. Exit Song

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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Tom Belcher on 3 April 2011
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
The Sums haven't released an album since 2007 but it seems the extended gap between Underclass Hero (UH) and Screaming Bloody Murder gave Deryck and co. a chance to create something a little more sophisticated.
The sound is heavier than UH for the most part, but with a little more melody than chuck. The album has an eb and flow to it which makes the music flow as a whole, not just sound like 14 tracks put into an preferred order.

Starting with 'Reason To Believe' which builds into a more old-school Sum 41 track, but with a soft, piano-driven intro and bridge (also very enchanting as an acoustic bonus track) it gives an immediate impression of the album as a whole. Heavy, catchy but not one-dimensional.

'Screaming Bloody Murder' has a floaty intro and outro from Deryck, which briefly sandwich a high-tempo, angry burst of a song, like a call to arms, with an intense and rapid guitar solo. However, it probably isn't catchy enough to justify being first single though.

'Skumf*k' starts again with a slow, piano-based tune, before erupting into a fast punk song. The verses sound like something off Chuck, the verses more like UH.

'Time For You To Go' introduces a new, sound, not just to the album, but to Sum 41 as a band. Much more indie and pop-orientated. Very catchy, and upbeat in tempo. Riff-driven, with a guitar solo in the bridge which could be off an Operation-MD LP.

'Jessica Kill' is an absolute album highlight. The first song not to really show any drop in intensity throughout, with explicit talk of lusting after someone, it demonstrates the band's innate ability to build a catchy song out of something heavy, loud and fast. My favourite track.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Gavin P. Brooks on 11 May 2012
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I bought this as something of a punt, but was blown away by the quality of this album.

It has touches of MCR and the renewed Green Day style 'rock opera' albums, but is by no means a plastic homage in an atempt to cash in. If you liked 'Black Parade', 'American Idiot' and '21st Century Breakdown', you WILL like this!

It is a true album, in that it is best listened to as a whole rather than in parts, but then it is an album, so those of an MP3/Ipod disposition may not have the patience, but you know what, that's their/(your?) problem!

I loved these guys when I was growing up, but worried this would just be an old hands playing it safe kind of affair, but they firmly put me in my place!

Not as 'punky' as their old stuff, but more grown up. No refunds if you disagree with me, but I bet you won't!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Shakey on 12 April 2011
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Whilst I seem to be the only person in the world who loved "Underclass Hero" (especially Speak of the Devil, which may actually fit better in SBM) I have to say "Screaming Bloody Murder" is a definite improvement.
A definite return to the heavier tones explored in Chuck and a step away from the more pop punk Underclass hero, Sum 41 have, in my view, created their best album yet.
To use the oft used cliche when referring to bands like Blink and Sum 41 they have definitely "matured" with this album.
If you like Sum 41 you'll like it. If you like chuck you'll love it
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By conor121 on 14 Aug. 2012
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After the awful Underclass Hero which returned Sum 41 to their punk pop roots, they now go the opposite way and make their stab at the dreaded "mature" album. However they make a very decent attempt although it its not without flaws.

Let's start with the good:
Screaming Bloody Murder - awesome, angry first single with relentless beat
Skumf*k - Much the same as SBM with the same annoying quiet intro but that doesnt stop it being raging, fast punk rock
Jessica Kill - The best song on the album with a chorus similar to Still Waiting and lyrics of lust. Doesn't lose any energy thanks to the lack of the stupid floaty intro on the previous two.
Sick Of Everyone - Very dark, heavy and catchy however slightly ruined by the cliched lyric "and I don't feel remorse for the forgotten".
Blood In My Eyes - The angriest of the lot with pounding chorus and angry lyrics.

The mediocre:
Reason To Believe - Kind of attempti9ng to be epic and cliched opening but fun
Time For You To Go - Indie and dance influenced however not as good as the previous tracks
Happiness Machines - Very unusual for Sum 41 and sweet but not outstanding
Baby You Dont Wanna Know - Very similar to TFYTG but sounds unlike Sum 41 and like a sellout however still catchy and fun
Back Where I Belong - Heavier Sums but not catchy enough

The bad:
Holy Image Of Lies - One word: dull
Crash - HOrrible attempt to write al love song
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By may-britt torgersen on 6 April 2011
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For me, Sum 41 defined the fast and aggressive style of Punk rock with Does this Look Infected? and Chuck.
Needless to say, i was disappointed when they went back to their Pop Punk ways with Underclass Hero,
which was also less than satisfying inside its own genre.

Now, the Sums have finally started moving forwards again by continuing what Does this Look Infected and Chuck started.
Many of the tracks got slow parts, which most of time, kind of feels a bit tacked on, and is kind of a mood-breaker,
making you wish they just kept their foot on the speed-pedal.
Still, it's a solid return well worth the wait.
I can definitely recommend it if you liked their previous albums.
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