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The Nightbeast “Paid & Rowdy” Music Video

The Nightbeast have released a brand new video for “Paid & Rowdy” over at New Noise Magazine. Filmed by Catapult Creative and directed by Max Spang, the video follows the band as they party through Dayton in a video that Andrew W.K. calls “one of the partiest and rowdiest videos ever.” Check it out after the jump, and purchase a CD or buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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Riot Fest Updates Lineup

Riot Fest have announced the additions of  Pixies, Suicidal Tendencies, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Andrew W.K., Hatebreed and more to the Chicago festival. The additions were made after the unfortunate cancellations of Motorhead, Bad Brains and Attack Attack! who were originally announced. You can buy concert tickets to the festival here and see the full lineup of bands after the jump. Please follow and like us:

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Andrew W.K. To Open For Black Sabbath

Just announced, Andrew W.K. is now expected to open for Black Sabbath’s North American tour. Read the statement below, and don’t forget to check out the dates for Black Sabbath’s upcoming tour! You can purchase a CD here, and you can buy concert tickets here.  Please follow and like us:

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Andrew W.K. Discusses Breaking World Drumming Record

On June 20th, Andrew W.K. broke the world record for longest consecutive drum session by playing for 24 straight hours. The following day, W.K. spoke at a press conference about his recent feat. “I actually never got tired because there was so much adrenaline and so many people that were especially giving so much energy,” W.K. said. “It really felt like a team effort.” He also added that it was actually way harder than he thought it would have been and that the one piece of advice he would have…

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Andrew WK Responds to Canceled Bahrain Trip

Andrew WK’s trip to Bahrain as a Cultural Ambassador promoting “music, freedom and positive party power” has been canceled by the State Department. He was invited by the State Department, but they removed all of his appearances as WK was “not the best choice and didn’t meet our standards.” Needless to say, WK was not pleased. He has since responded with a message on his web-site that in part read: They were aware of how I look and my high-energy rock music. They were excited to bring my message of…

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