Sum 41 to celebrate 15th anniversary of ‘Chuck’ on upcoming fall tour

Island RecordsOn Sum 41's upcoming fall tour, the Canadian rockers will not only be supporting their new album Order in Decline, they'll also be celebrating the 15th anniversary of their 2004 album, Chuck.

According to a press release, the tour's set list will consist of "hits from Order in Decline, Chuck and the rest of [Sum 41's] storied catalogue, making this the longest-running live show the band has played to date in North America."

"We'll be combining two of our heaviest albums, as well as fan favorites from throughout our career into one behemoth-sized set each night," says frontman Deryck Whibley.

"We couldn't let this monumental anniversary pass us by and we are so ready to bring two full albums (and then some) worth of music to fans across the United States."

Chuck, which spawned the singles "We're All to Blame" and "Pieces," was named after a UN peacekeeper who helped Sum 41 evacuate a hotel in the Congo after fighting broke out in that African country while the band was filming a documentary there.

As such, $1 from every ticket sold for the fall tour will be donated to the charity War Child in aid of children and families affected by war worldwide.

Sum 41's headlining tour kicks off October 1 in McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania.

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