Sum 41 have released some pretty horrible music in the past decade, and actually there's a pretty good chance that you think they've only ever released horrible music. But if you came of age in the early 2000s and were impacted by the pop punk boom of that era, there's also a pretty good chance that you know every single word to every single song on their 2001 breakthrough All Killer No Filler and the superior 2002 followup Does This Look Infected?. They're playing the latter in full on tour this year for its 15th anniversary, which is pretty amazing news for millennials who want to relive their preteen years (or anyone else who might care about this album). It's got the band's best song, "The Hell Song," it's got the "Master of Puppets"-inspired "Still Waiting" which probably helped introduce a bunch of kids to Metallica, it's got the thrashy hardcore of "A.N.I.C." and "Mr. Amsterdam" which probably helped introduce a bunch of kids to thrashy hardcore, and tons of sugary, earworm deep cuts that helped define the TRL pop punk era (with just a bit more aggression than most of Sum 41's peers). Also, Dave "Brownsound" Baksh's leads and solos on Does This Look Infected? are the real deal and he rejoined the band in 2015 so that's good news too. (Early '00s pop punk has been called punk's hair metal era, and just like hair metal bands had killer lead guitarists, Sum 41 did too.)

The tour hits NYC's Terminal 5 on May 12. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday (2/16) at 10 AM with AmEx and VIP presales starting Wednesday (2/14) at 10 AM.

All dates are listed, with some DTLI? era videos and a Spotify stream of the album, below.

Sum 41 -- 2018 Does This Look Infected? Tour Dates
Fri Apr 27 | San Francisco, CA | The Warfield
Sat Apr 28 | San Diego, CA | House of Blues San Diego
Sun Apr 29 | Phoenix, AZ | The Van Buren
Tues May 1 | Albuquerque, NM | The Historic El Rey Theater
Thu May 3 | San Antonio, TX | The Aztec Theatre
Fri-May 4 | Dallas, TX | SouthSide Ballroom
Sat-May 5 | Houston, TX | House of Blues Houston
Mon May 7 | Lake Buena Vista, FL | House of Blues Orlando
Tue May 8 | Ft. Lauderdale, FL | Revolution Live (official)
Thu May 10 | Atlanta, GA | Buckhead Theatre
Fri May 11 | Norfolk, VA | The NorVA
Sat-May 12 | NYC, NY | TERMINAL 5
Mon May 14 | Philadelphia, PA | Electric Factory
Tue May-15 | Boston, MA | House of Blues Boston
Thu May 17 | Pontiac, MI | The Crofoot
Fri May18 | Chicago, IL | Concord Music Hall
Sat May-19 | Minneapolis, MN | Varsity Theater
Mon May 21 | Denver, CO | The Ogden Theatre
Wed May-23 | Salt Lake City, UT | The Complex
Thu May 24 | Las Vegas, NV | Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas
Sat May 26 | Los Angeles, CA | The Wiltern