DANKO JONES UNVEILS NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR “HAD ENOUGH” STARRING RALPH MACCHIO AND DON JAMIESON SECOND VIDEO IN THE ONGOING CINEMATIC TRILOGY FROM THE BAND’S BELOW THE BELT ALBUM

DANKO JONES UNVEILS NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR “HAD ENOUGH” STARRING RALPH MACCHIO AND DON JAMIESON SECOND VIDEO IN THE ONGOING CINEMATIC TRILOGY FROM THE BAND’S BELOW THE BELT ALBUM

Danko Jones has introduced the second in the soon to be music video trilogy from the album Below the Belt. The new highly-stylized, film-like music video noir for the track “Had Enough” stars Ralph Macchio (The Karate Kid), comedian Don Jamieson (That Metal Show/VH1) and is the prequel to “Full of Regret.” Described as “one-part ‘Sabotage,’ one-part Guy Ritchie, one-part Quentin Tarantino,” by MTV Buzzworthy “Full of Regret” starred actor Elijah Wood and actress Selma Blair as assassins with cameo roles by Lemmy Kilmister (Motörhead) and Mike Watt (Minutemen, fIREHOSE, Stooges). “Had Enough” will also feature actor Frank Drank (who also stars in the upcoming Seth Rogen movie “The Green Hornet”), reprising his role as Lemmy’s henchman. View an exclusive behind-the-scenes video here:


In “Had Enough,” a “mad scientist” (portrayed by Macchio) has found a way to clone himself and the band of Danko Jones is ordered off to deal with it. Their failure is ultimately what leads henchmen Frank and Lemmy to send Elijah and Selma after them in “Full of Regret.” Directed once again by the Diamond Brothers and shot on location in New York (Yonkers and Brooklyn) the full video will be available next week! “Full of Regret” has been on the Canadian BDS Rock Radio Charts for 26 weeks, 16 of them in the Top 10 (peaking at #5). It is likely to end the year as one of the most played tracks at Rock Radio with 10,000 spins to date and is also featured in EA Games NHL 11. Danko Jones will be performing at the season opener between The Sharks and The Blue Jackets in Stockholm Sweden on October 9th.

Danko are currently on tour with Guns N’Roses for the fourth time this year and shortly after these support shows they are going back out on the road for an extensive European headline tour. North American dates will be announced shortly.



GNR shows
Sept 23 – Belgrade, SER – Arena (w/ Guns N’Roses)
Sept 24 – Zagreb, CRO – Arena (w/ Guns N’Roses)
Sept 27 – Prague, CZ – O2 (w/ Guns N’Roses)

Headline dates
Oct 7+8 – Helsinki, FIN – Tavastia
Oct 9 – Stockholm, SWE – Globe Arena (NHL Premier)
Oct 9 – Stockholm, SWE – Debaser Medis
Oct 12 – Oslo, NOR – Rockefeller
Oct 13 – Goteborg, SWE – Tradgarn
Oct 14 – Malmo, SWE – Kulturbolaget (KB)
Oct 15 – Copenhagen, DK – Lilla Vega/Vega
Oct 16 – Berlin, GER – Postbahnhof
Oct 17 – Hamburg, GER – Docks
Oct 19 – Munich, GER – Backstage Werk
Oct 20 – Nurnberg, GER – Hirsch
Oct 21 – Wien, A – Arena
Oct 22 – Lindau, GER – Club Vaudeville
Oct 23 – Zurich, CH – Rote Fabrik
Oct 24 – Milan, ITA – Tunel
Oct 29 – Frankfurt, GER – Batschkapp
Oct 30 – Dortmund, GER – Visions Fest
Oct 31 – Lyon, FRA – Le Transbordeur
Nov 1 – Palma (Mallorca), ESP – Sala Assaig
Nov 3 – Madrid, ESP – Sala Heineken
Nov 4 – Barcelona, ESP – Bikini
Nov 5 – Toulouse, FRA – Le Phare
Nov 6 – Paris, FRA – Elyse Montmartre
Nov 7 – Strasbourge, FRA – La Laiterie
Nov 9 – Saarbrucken, GER – Garage
Nov 10 – Koln, GER – Live Music Hall
Nov 12 – Amsterdam, NL – Melkweg
Nov 13 – Eindhoven, NL – Effenaar
Nov 14 – Antwerp, BEL – Trix
Nov 15 – Luxembourg, LU – Rockhal Club
Nov 16 – London, UK – Garage


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