I played up until my senior year. I quit because in my junior year I started dealing with some nagging injuries and I wasn't having that much fun. And that's when Jimmy Eat World were getting together and playing. I quit and left the baseball field to practice [with] Jimmy Eat World and haven't played since. I've been [with] Jimmy Eat World for the past 20 years.
Dropkick Murphyshave once again collaborated with Bruce Springsteen. This time around the band will be releasing a new version of their single "Rose Tattoo" with contributions from Springsteen, and proceeds will benefit victims of the Boston Marathon bombings. The Boss was previously featured on "Peg O' My Heart" from the 2011 album Going Out in Style.
At the Dropkick Murphys' show in NYC on Wednesday night, a Nazi made his way on stage and performed the Hitler salute during the band's cover of AC/DC's "TNT". As soon as bassist Ken Casey saw this, he shoved and started a fight with the offender. Videos of the incident are in the replies.
Dropkick Murphys released its new album Signed and Sealed in Blood yesterday, but we still have a couple more exclusive videos from the band discussing the songs from the album. Over the course of the next week, we, along with our AbsoluteVoices sites and our friends at PureVolume, will be premiering two video features a day. Today, we are have the album's eighth track "Don't Tear Us Apart," which you can find in the replies. PureVolume has the seventh track "The Battle Rages On" here. They are also streaming the new album here.
Dropkick Murphys are set to drop its new album Signed and Sealed in Blood on January 8th. Over the course of the next week, we, along with our AbsoluteVoices sites and our friends at PureVolume, will be premiering two video features a day. Today, we are have the album's second track "Prisoner's Song," which you can find in the replies. PureVolume has the opening track "The Boys Are Back" here. Each video is accompanied by video commentary from the band as well. Check out the songs and let us know what you think.
The Dropkick Murphys are releasing a new double CD next Tuesday called Going Out In Style: Fenway Park Bonus Edition, which features: their acclaimed Going Out In Style, plus a full CD of 18 live tracks from their performance at Boston's Fenway Park (hence the CDís subtitle). Videos of this entire performance are also included with the package via a download card. Today we're bringing you a bad ass premiere of "Kiss Me, Iím Shitfaced" from the live Fenway Park performance. You can check that out on the band's AP.net profile or in the replies. Like it? Pre-order the album on Amazon.
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Dropkick Murphys' music video for "Memorial Day" is in the replies. The song is from their new album, Going Out in Style, which debuted at #6 on the Billboard 200 last week and features Bruce Springsteen on a track.
Dropkick Murphys are counting down to the release of their new album by unveiling exclusive video clips on facebook every day until release. You can also retweet the band's tweets about the count down to have a chance at winning an iPad 2.
The Offspring is doing a North American tour this summer with varied support from Alkaline Trio, Street Dogs, Shiny Toy Guns, Dropkick Murphys, Pennywise and Sum 41. Press release and dates are in the replies. Will this be the tour of the summer?
Dropkick Murphys' The Meanest of Times limited edition hits stores on March 11th but is available for pre-order now at Newbury Comics; pre-orders include bonus tracks, a limited edition DVD, and cover autographed by the band.
Dropkick Murphys entered Billboard's Top 200 at number twenty with their latest effort, The Meanest of Times, selling upwards of 28,000 units. The album is available in stores now courtesy of Born and Bred Records.
Boston-based punk rock outfit the Dropkick Murphys have launched a full-album stream in support of their forthcoming release, The Meanest of Times, on their myspace profile. The album is scheduled for release worldwide next Tuesday, September 18th via Born and Bred Records.
Boston-based punk outfit the Dropkick Murphys have launched a mini-site in support of their forthcoming release, The Meanest of Times, which is scheduled for a September 18th release via Born and Bred records.
You can now purchase the Dropkick Murphys' new single, "The State of Massachusetts," on iTunes. The track comes from the Boston septet's upcoming release, The Meanest of Times, which is due out on September 18th via Hellcat Records.
01. Famous For Nothing
02. God Willing
03. The State Of Massachusetts
04. Tomorrow's Industry
05. Echoes On "A." Street
06. Vices And Virtues
08. (F)lannigan's Ball
09. I'll Begin Again
10. Fairmount Hill
11. Loyal To No One
13. Rude Awakenings
14. Johnny, I Hardly Knew Ya
15. Never Forget
Dropkick Murphys' Second Annual Acoustic Charity Breakfast will be taking place Sunday, March 18th at the Local 103 I.B.E.W. Union Hall in Dorchester. When you buy a ticket, it includes your buffet breakfast as well as live entertainment. There will be bagpipes, beer, Irish step dancers, celebrity speakers and, of course, Dropkick playing an acoustic set. Tickets will go on sale this Friday, February 2nd at 10:00AM.
Big D and the Kids Table have unveiled the schedule for their forthcoming European tour, on which the ska-punk act will be joined by the Dropkick Murphys and Runnin' Riot. You can find the tour's complete route below.