'No One Takes Prisoners Anymore' is their first new material in 12 years.
Much-missed Irish act Whipping Boy has released a new song for the first time since their 2000 eponymous album to coincide with the reunion tour they have embarked on this year. The Fearghal McKee-led band will follow up the catchy 'No One Takes Prisoners Anymore' with a stop at The Button Factory on Dec. 21 for a show with Dead School.
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