From co-hosting the Revolver Golden Gods to enlisting Obituary drummer Donald Tardy for his band to working out to Napalm Death, Andrew W.K. knows that the hardest partying requires the hardest metal. That belief plays out on his new song "Babalon," which sees the muscle-bound good-times guru flexing his metallic passions like never before. The single, available now via W.K.'s new label, Napalm Records, also finds the party rocker showcasing his skills as a multi-instrumentalist, shredding, drumming and singing with bombastic fervor.
"Babalon" arrives along with an equally over-the-top music video, helmed by conceptual director, Michael R.C. "With 'Babalon,' we wanted the audience to slink back down Andrew's tower and storm the gateway to the city of pyramids with him, or someone who looks like him," R.C. commented. "We had all been working really hard to lay thee gagging monster down, so it would dwell forever in the chasm of frivolous forming. All these images come from there, from where it's going. That's where we put Andrew." Watch and listen above.