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Dropkick Murphys, Flogging Molly announce co-headlining US tour

For the first time ever, Celtic punk legends Dropkick Murphys and Flogging Molly are teaming up for a co-headlining tour across the US. Dropkick Murphys are fresh off their nationwide US tour with Agnostic Front and Bim Skala Bim, and Flogging Molly just finished up their Life is Good Spring 2018 tour. Both are ready to hit the road again in June, with the tour getting started in Cleveland and ending in New Hampshire. You can check out the full list of dates below.

Dropkick Murphys last released “11 Short Stories of Pain and Glory” in 2017 via Born and Bred Records and Flogging Molly’s last release was “Life is Good” in 2017 via Vanguard Records. Prior to their co-headlining tour, Flogging Molly is setting sail for their 4th annual Salty Dog Cruise on April 20th.



Flogging Molly releases video for “Going Home”

Flogging Molly has recently premiered a video for their single “Going Home”, a previously unreleased track from their ‘Life is Good’ recording sessions. You can watch the video below.

Flogging Molly’s last release was “Life is Good” in 2017 via Vanguard Records. Their next tour dates are scheduled in March and April throughout the West Coast before they board the 2018 Salty Dog Cruise.



Flogging Molly stream two unreleased songs from ‘Life Is Good’ recording sessions

Celtic punks Flogging Molly, who are currently on tour, have released a track that didn’t get on the “Life Is Good” record. “Going Home” is up on streaming services now, with another song that didn’t make the cut, “There’s Nothing Left Pt.2” out on March 16th (in time for St Patricks Day, of course…)

You can watch a video for “Going Home” below.

 



Irish Moutarde (folk punk) streaming new album “Perdition”

Quebec City French Irish punks (yes, that’s a thing) Irish Moutarde are currently streaming their new album “Perdition”. It’s like whiskey meets maple syrup, which then grabs head cheese and throws it at a wall. Pretty good stuff.

Check out the album below.

This is the second full length release from the Canadians, the first since 2013’s “Raise ‘Em All”. If your a fan of Dropkick Murphy’s or Real McKenzies you’ll enjoy these guys.



Finnegan’s Hell (Sweden, Celtic punk) release video for “Shane MacGowan’s Grave”

Swedish Celtic punks Finnegan’s Hell have released a video for “Shane MacGowan’s Grave”, a track from new album “Life and Death”, which was released last month via Heptown Records.

The album is available to buy digitally or on CD from the label. You can watch the video below.



Dropkick Murphys announce collaboration with Magic Hat Brewing for “Barroom Hero” ale

Boston punk legends Dropkick Murphys have just announced their collaboration with Magic Hat Brewing for a traditional English pub ale that is “dark amber in color and with a roasted coffee aroma that invites the imbiber into a smooth caramel and chocolate malt finish.” 

Barroom Hero will support the Claddagh Fund, a charity formed by Ken Casey (frontman) to support non profits in benefitting vulnerable populations.

The ale starts shipping in February, in time for the band’s spring U.S. tour and St. Patrick’s Day, and will be available for a limited time through the summer in 4-packs of 16oz cans and on draught.



Finnegan’s Hell (Swedish Celtic punk) premiere video for “Coal Mine” ahead of upcoming album

Sweden’s Finnegan’s Hell have premiered their second single from their upcoming album, “Life and Death.” The album is due to be released on February 23rd via Heptown Records.

Check out the video for “Coal Mine” below!



Flogging Molly announce “Life Is Good Tour” spring 2018

Celtic punks Flogging Molly have announced that they will be hitting the road in spring 2018 for a US tour in support of their latest album, Life Is Good. The tour will kick off on March 1st in Columbia, SC and will take the band to Bend, OR where the tour will conclude on March 24th. The 18 date run also includes a massive St. Patrick’s Day celebration at the Hollywood Palladium on March 17th.

The band will be playing songs off of their latest politically charged album as well as the hits from the rest of their discography.

Fan pre-sale is currently available with special code “MYSONG”, which you can find more about here. You can view a full list of dates and locations below.

Flogging Molly last released Life Is Good, their first album in six years, last June on Vanguard Records.



Flatfoot 56 release video for “Odd Boat”

Chicago Celtic punks Flatfoot 56 have premiered a new video for “Odd Boat”, the title track from their recently released album, out on Sailor’s Grave Records. The footage for the video was filmed during the band’s recent tour with Agent Orange.

You can watch the video below.



Dropkick Murphys and Agnostic Front announce 2018 tour dates

Celtic punk veterans, legends and godsends Dropkick Murphys and hardcore classics Agnostic Front have just announced a 2018 tour, which will run for just under a month. Bim Skala Bim will open for most of the shows.

Check out the dates below!



Troy Zak (The Real McKenzies) discusses working with Fat Mike, Dan Garrison, and Fat Wreck Chords on Intergalactic Interviews

Troy Zak of The Real McKenzies ventured on over to Intergalactic Interviews to talk about working with punk legend Fat Mike of NOFX, writing with Dan Garrison, and being on Fat Wreck Chords.

The episode is about two hours, so prop your feet up with some popcorn and get ready for some laughs.

Scope out the interview below.



Finnegan’s Hell (celtic) release video for “Paradise Town”

Swedish celtic punks Finnegan’s Hell have released a video for their gospel/Christmas song “Paradise Town”. After being voted best Christmas song of the year back in 2013 in their home nation, the band is hoping to recapture the title with “Paradise Town”.

I don’t know about you, but nothing screams Christmas like churches and gin. If you want to get into the mood for the holidays or just some good old fashion drinking be sure to check out the video below.



The Dreadnoughts Stream Album “Foreign Skies”

The Dreadnoughts are allowing fans to stream their entire full-length Foreign Skies for free. The record is concept album based on World War I. It’s a sombre retrospective about the horrors of war. It was released to coincide with Remembrance Day and physical copies can be ordered at the folk punker’s Bandcamp page where the group left the message:

“This album is a tribute to all the people who lived through the First World War, and to those who did not.”

You can check out Foreign Skies in full below.



Flogging Molly announce 2018 Salty Dog Cruise

Celtic punks Flogging Molly have announced the lineup for next year’s Salty Dog Cruise, which will be sailing from April 20th to 23rd, 2018 on the Norwegian Sky to Key West and the Bahamas. Joining Flogging Molly are The Offspring, The Buzzcocks, The Vandals, Lagwagon, The Adolescents, Mad Caddies, Punk Rock Karaoke, Beans on Toast and more.

Tickets are on sale now, with more information available here.

Flogging Molly last released Life Is Good, their first album in six years, last June on Vanguard Records.



Flogging Molly stream new animated music video for “Reptiles (We Woke Up)”

Flogging Molly premiered their new music video today on Vevo. The track is titled “Reptiles (We Woke Up) and was directed by the band’s longtime friend Richie Smyth (U2, The Verve) whose unique animation style brings the provocative anthem to life on-screen. The track is from their latest album “Life Is Good”. Check the video out here.

Director Richie had this to say about the video:

“The idea for the video was to take Dave on a journey as he starts to transform in to a reptile. CGI was a cool way to do this. On the surface we see a literal visual rendition of the song like a ‘call to action’ as Dave gathers his army but underneath the surface it’s telling the story of Dave’s early days as a musician. The house he leaves at the start is the actual house he was born and raised in. I grew up with him and we would kick all the chains as we walked home from school. The beach is where we spent our youth. Then Molly Malone’s in Hollywood is where Dave and Bridget first met and the band was born. I shot Dave performing the song so the animators could track his movements onto the CGI character! It’s his actual performance.”

Flogging Molly will begin touring next month starting on October 12th. You can see the full list of dates below.