The Bostonians will be doing their Celtic punk thing in July...
Dropkick Murphys play their biggest Irish headlining show to date on July 16 in Dublin’s Iveagh Gardens with tickets on sale this Friday priced €40.
Recorded in the same border-hugging El Paso studio where the Riptide Movement assembled their Ghost collection, the Bostonians’ new album, 11 Short Stories Of Pain & Glory, is still full of fist-pumping Clash meets The Pogues anthems, but finds the band broadening their lyrical scope to reflect the dark times we live in.
Hot Press caught up with the punk-rock troop's frontman Ken Casey to discuss their new album, and the group's unquenchable love for all things Irish...Read More
Signed And Sealed In Blood is out next Tuesday.Read More
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Irish-American punk-Paddies Dropkick Murphys will release a new CD/DVD ahead of a world tour that take around the USA, the UK and Ireland.Read More
The Celtic punk band will be coming to Dublin, Belfast and Cork in April 2010.Read More
Boston-Irish punk rockers Dropkick Murphys will be paying a visit in the new year.Read More
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Sometimes it's hard to be Irish, and this is one of them. Imagine, if you must, an amalgam of Sham 69 without the songs; The Wolfe Tones minus the voices; Ding Dong Denny O'Reilly without the wit; the worst thrash metal band you've ever heard; the infantile macho posturing of American wrestling and The Saw Doctors at their shoutiest - and you've taken just one small step to comprehending the atrocity they call Dropkick Murphys.Read More