Looking back on Sum 41's All Killer No Filler, the Canadian pop-punkers' 2001 major label debut, Sum 41 frontman Deryck Whibley doesn't rank the album too highly among the band's work.
Still, the album's celebrating its 20th anniversary, and a retrospective is in order. So, talking to Billboard this week (April 7), Whibley spoke with the benefit of hindsight in recalling his career beginnings as a 21-year-old musician who skyrocketed to fame along with his merry band of guitar-wielding pranksters. It all happened because of All Killer No Filler, released on May 8, 2001. But the record itself is lackluster — if you trust an evaluation from the singer and guitarist.