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Kim Kardashian, Miley Cyrus, Bill Cosby And More Attack Sum 41 In ‘Fake My Own Death’

Fake My Own Death

It’s been five years since Sum 41 released their last album and in that time a lot has happened. On the Internet.

The Canadian punk band just dropped the video for “Fake My Own Death,” the lead single from their upcoming disc, 13 Voices. The hard hitting, fast-paced track is the backdrop for a history lesson of the world wide web.

The band, including Tom Thacker, Frank Zummo and founding members Deryck Whibley, Dave Baksh and Jason McCaslin, spend the video being attacked by some of the Internet’s most famous memes and GIFs.

There’s Kim Kardashian’s Internet-breaking booty from her Paper Magazine cover, an evil Nyan cat, Bill Cosby as South Park’s Chef, Shia LaBeouf’s motivational video, Miley Cyrus riding a wrecking ball and Kermit the Frog sipping tea, to name just a few.

Shot in L.A., Sum 41 teamed up with their “Fat Lip” and “In Too Deep” director Marc Klasfeld, who’s fresh off directing Shay Mitchell and Nick Jonas in Jonas’ “Under You.”

13 Voices is set to be released October 7, while the Kardashians are set to rule the Internet forever. Check out Sum 41’s latest below: