Pop-punk veterans go unplugged for exclusive renditions of "Fake My Own Death," "Hell Song"
How pop-punk singer Deryck Whibley fought his way back from a drinking-induced coma to save his life and band
Annual pop-punk road trip returns in June with Yellowcard, Tonight Alive, We the Kings, Less Than Jake, more
Australian heartthrobs are back with a Top 40 vengeance — and a slew of big-name collaborators — on 'Sounds Good Feels Good'
Deryck Whibley was hospitalized earlier this year after alcoholism caused his liver and kidney to collapse
Singer was hospitalized for a month after his liver and kidneys "collapsed"
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Sum 41, Queen, R.E.M., others rethink shows in wake of terrorist attacks