Sum 41's Deryck Whibley Goes Beyond the Book with 'Walking Disaster' Video Podcast

He'll bring stories that didn't fit in the memoir to your screen starting this month

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BY Calum SlingerlandPublished Jun 10, 2024

Ahead of Deryck Whibley delivering a new memoir this November, the Sum 41 frontman will tell some tales from his life in music ahead of time on a new video podcast.

A companion to the forthcoming Walking Disaster: My Life Through Heaven and Hell, the video podcast will find Whibley sharing anecdotes that couldn't fit into the forthcoming book. The first episode premieres tomorrow (June 11) via Sum 41's social media accounts and YouTube channel, and the vocalist has put together a quick teaser to tide us over until then.

It appears the Walking Disaster video podcast will include the time Whibley missed a date due to an arrest, a story about "a big envelope of cocaine," and tales about Robert Duvall, Ozzy Osbourne, the late Coolio and Don Henley of the Eagles.

Take in the teaser below. As previously reported, Walking Disaster: My Life Through Heaven and Hell arrives November 8 via Gallery Books.

Whibley and Sum 41 delivered final album Heaven :x: Hell earlier this year, and will be trekking through Canada in early 2025 as part of their lengthy international farewell tour.

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