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Deryck Whibley of Sum 41 performs during a concert in Quebec City on July 15, 2022.Amy Harris/The Associated Press

Canadian pop-punk band Sum 41 will split up following the release of their final album and a farewell world tour.

In a social media post Monday, the band said they will finish all upcoming tour dates this summer in Europe and the U.S. as they look forward to the release of their final album, “Heaven x Hell.”

Details of the album release and the final tour have yet to be announced.

In a social media post announcing the split, the band said being a group since 1996 has led to some of the best moments in their lives.

The Ontario-formed band won a Juno for group of the year in 2003 and rock album of the year in 2005.

Its current members are frontman Deryck Whibley, guitarists Dave Baksh and Tom Thacker, bassist Cone McCaslin and drummer Frank Zummo.

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