Andy has 2,600 tattoos because he gets them all in little squares. He was 19 when he got his first one, which is the large heart in the middle of his chest. All his tattoos have stories behind them, sort of like a skin diary.
Andy plays C & C custom drums and Sabian cymbals.
Andy is a fan of Jay-Z.
In his youth, some of Andy's favorite bands/groups were Slayer and New Kids On The Block.
Andy believes the fall of civilization is inevitable.
Andy was not on FOB's 2003 release "Fall Out Boy's Evening Out With Your Girlfriend."
Andy was inspired to start playing drums when he was 14 by Lars Ulrich of Metallica.
The first albums Andy purchased were "Ride The Lightening" and "Van Halen."
FOB vocalist Patrick Stump calls Andy the "instrumentalist of the band" and believes that they were not a band until he joined.
Andy's father died when he only 5 years old.
Andy was on Peta2's Sexiest Vegans poll for 2006.
Andy is involved in many animal rights organizations, including PETA.
Andy says that in his youth he used to be rebellious - he'd drink and ignore authority. But he has since cleaned up and leads a good life style.
Andrew has many tattoos, including one that covers his entire back and a heart with "Mom" on his chest.
Fall Out Boy is the fourth band Andy has been in with Pete Wentz.
While the other guys live in Chicago, Andy lives in Germantown, Wisconsin which is an hour away from Chicago.
Andy loves comic books and is working on his own, called Post Collapse, with a friend. The comic is about the end of civilization.
Andy is said to be the smartest member of Fall Out Boy.
Andy attended UWM college in Milwaukee, WI and was a triple major.
Andy drummed in the band Racetraitor.
Andy is a vegan and lives a strict straight-edge, vegan lifestyle. In fact, Andy is so straight-edge that he either covers his nose and mouth with his shirt or he leaves the room when Joe Trohman smokes.
Andy is the second oldest member of Fall Out Boy.
Unlike the other members of Fall Out Boy who are from the suburbs of Chicago, Illinois, Andy is from Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin.
Andy: (on Pete Wentz) What people don't realize about Pete is that Pete's always been Pete. People only seem one side of him, and I think the press magnifies some things that peopl would see as negative, maybe too cocky or something? They think that's because of our success as a band. If you see anything cocky about Pete, that's Pete.
Andy: (on if rock bands would ruin civilization) Probably not. Music would probably go. A lot of art would. That's what I'm saying – I'm really into comics and movies and video games, and I don't want to give that stuff up. At the same time, I think it's filling the void for the stuff we're missing.
Andy: Ultimately I am an employee of a corporation, and that's weird, and does contradict some of the things I believe in. But at the same time, I have to make a living.
Andy: My whole thing is I'm not into civilization as a whole. The only actual solution is the eventual collapse and demise of civilization . . .I think it needs to happen, but I no one, not even me, really wants it to happen.
Andy: I'm still this vegan straight-edge kid from Milwaukee who hates America, hates white people, and hates all this sh*t as much as I ever have.