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Mickey Rickshaw announces European tour dates

Boston’s Mickey Rickshaw have announces some upcoming European tour dates. These are currently only the first few dates, with more to possibly be added in the near future. So far, the band will be going from Hardecke, DE to Woking, UK from January 4th to January 9th, respectively.

You can check out the full list of dates and locations below.

“Behind The Eight Ball” is Micky Rickshaw’s first full-length since 2015’s “No Heaven For Heroes” but the band released an acoustic EP titled “Wild Atlantic” in October.

Dropkick Murphys team up with NHL for new video – “Paying My Way”

Dropkick Murphys are adding some new teammates, in a collaboration with the National Hockey League. Check out the band’s new video for “Paying My Way,” featuring a whole bunch of NHL clips, past and present, here.

The song comes from the band’s upcoming album, 11 Short Stories Of Pain & Glory, which is due out January 6th via Born & Bred Records. You can pre-order a copy of the album on iTunes right here, which will also get you a download of the new track. If you’re looking for vinyl or CD, along with plenty of bundle options, head right here.

Dropkick Murphys last released the album Signed and Sealed With Blood back in 2013.

DS Exclusive: The Rumjacks (Celtic) Premiere New Music Video For “Patron Saint O’ Thieves”

Australian Celtic punkers The Rumjacks sent us a brand new music video to premiere exclusively for DyingScene readers! “Patron Saint O’ Thieves” is from their most recent full length album, Sleepin’ Rough which came out earlier this year. While it is Christmas in theme, it’s far from your traditional yuletide carol. Give it a view or two and check out what lead man Frankie McLaughlin said inspired him to write it, below!

The Rumjacks are currently on tour in their native land but they’ve also just announced their first ever US show! This coming March, the boys will be visiting the sunny shores of San Diego, California for the Get Shamrocked Festival

The Real McKenzies announce new album, “Two Devils Will Talk”

Celtic punk legends The Real McKenzies might be approaching their 25th year as a band, but it seems they’re not slowing down any time soon. They’ve announced plans for yet another studio full-length. It’s called “Two Devils Will Talk,” and that’s the cover art up above. The album is due out March 3rd via their longtime label home, Fat Wreck Chords. Stay tuned for pre-order options and a boatload of tour dates coming down the ‘pike.

The Real McKenzies’s most recent full-length “Rats in the Burlap” was released in April 2015, also through Fat.

The Real McKenzies announce Western Canadian tour

Celtic punk legends The Real McKenzies have announced Western Canadian tour dates with Isotopes. The run will begin on March 2nd, 2017 in Victoria, BC and will end on March 25th, 2017 in Grande Prairie, AB. You can view a full list of dates and locations below.

The Real McKenzies’s most recent full-length “Rats in the Burlap” was released in April of 2015 through Fat Wreck Chords.

Mickey Rickshaw (Celtic punk) streams new album “Behind The Eight Ball” (free download)

Boston’s best kept celtic punk secret Mickey Rickshaw recently released a new full-length album titled “Behind The Eight Ball” and it might be the best Celtic punk album I’ve heard this year. Stream the entire thing below and if you dig what you hear as much as I do you can download it for free on bandcamp.

“Behind The Eight Ball” is Micky Rickshaw’s first full-length since 2015’s “No Heaven For Heroes” but the band released an acoustic EP titled “Wild Atlantic” in October.

Dropkick Murphys stream new song “You’ll Never Walk Alone” off upcoming album “11 Short Stories Of Pain & Glory”

Dropkick Murphys have unveiled another new tune from their upcoming album 11 Short Stories of Pain and Glory. This one is called “You’ll Never Walk Alone” and you can check it out below.

11 Short Stories of Pain and Glory is set to be released on January 6th, 2017 through Born and Bred Records and will be the first album to be released by the band since 2013′s Signed and Sealed With Blood.

Dropkick Murphys announce new album “11 Short Stories of Pain and Glory”, stream new song “Blood”

After recently announcing plans to release two new albums in the next year, Dropkick Murphys have now unveiled the first of which to be called “11 Short Stories of Pain and Glory”. The album is set to be released on January 6th, 2017 through Born and Bred Records and will be the first album to be released by the band since 2013’s “Signed and Sealed With Blood”.

On top of revealing the new album, the band is also giving us the first taste of what to expect off of the record by releasing the first new single entitled “Blood”, accompanied by a lyric video.

Check out the new song and a full track listing of “11 Short Stories of Pain and Glory” below.

Dropkick Murphys announce new album release date, US tour, and stream new song “Blood”

Celtic punks Dropkick Murphy’s have gone on a rampage of announcements. To start, the band revealed the scheduled release date for their upcoming album, 11 Short Stories of Pain & Glory. The band had initially announced one new album coming in the first week of January 2017 and another 6 months later. The group celebrated this announcement by releasing a lyric video for a brand new song off of the record called “Blood”, which you can check out below. The album will touch on various subjects such as, “a look back at childhood life, a snapshot of a clueless Masshole, a stop-you-in-your tracks reflection on a terrorist tragedy”, and it is clear with this new song that they are taking a deeper turn with their music.

On the topic of the new album, bassist Ken Casey said:

To me, the whole journey starts with the fact we actually agreed to go – and then went – to Texas. Because we’ve never left home to make a record. As everyone’s lives have become crazier and busier with kids and families, it’s gotten harder to buckle down at home. We decided to leave Boston, go down to literally the middle of nowhere and lock ourselves in a room.

To tie it all together, the band will be embarking on a tour of US starting February 21st in Bethlehem, PA and ending with a hometown run of shows during St. Patrick’s Day Week (March 15-19). You can view a full list of dates and locations below.

The new albums will be the band’s first since 2013′s Signed and Sealed With Blood, released through their own label Born & Bred Records. Stay tuned for more details on both upcoming records.

Mickey Rickshaw (Celtic Punk) stream new EP “Wild Atlantic”

Boston celtic punk act Mickey Rickshaw have released a new EP called Wild Atlantic.

You can listen to the whole thing below.  If you like what you hear, the band is offering the whole thing as a pay what you want download.

Wild Atlantic was released on October 26th, 2017.

Fiddlers Green (Celtic Punk) release music video for “Down” off new album “Devil’s Dozen”

Fiddler’s Green (Irish, speedfolk, punk rockers from Germany) have a new video for the song “Down” off their new album “Devil’s Dozen” and you can check it out below.

“Devil’s Dozen” hit stores on October 28th and is the band’s first studio album since 2013’s “Winners & Boozers”.

Full Set Video: Dropkick Murphys – Live at Hurricane Festival 2016

If its been too long since you’ve seen Dropkick Murphys live, or you’ve never seen them live, here’s the next best thing. It’s a high definition audio and vidoe recording of the band’s performance at this year’s Hurricane Festival in Germany. Enjoy it below.

Dropkick Murphys recently revealed that they will be releasing not one, but two new albums in 2017. The new albums will be the band’s first since 2013′s Signed and Sealed With Blood, released through their own label Born & Bred Records.

DS Exclusive: The Narrowbacks (Celtic Punk) – “Out On The Avenue” from the upcoming LP “Arrogance & Ignorance”

Listen up, ye lads and lasses! New York Celtic punkers The Narrowbacks have a new album coming out this Fall and they’re giving DS readers an exclusive first listen! Even though the LP, Arrogance & Ignorance won’t be out until October 17th, the fellas just couldn’t wait to give us a taste of things to come, so they sent over “Out On The Avenue”  to hold us until the album hits shelves! So pause ‘Feet of Flames’, grab some whiskey and give it a listen below.

Arrogance & Ignorance will be the follow up to the 2013 LP Fire It Up. 

The Narrowbacks (Celtic punk) stream new song “The Banner County Soldier”

New York Celtic punk band The Narrowbacks are streaming a new song titled “The Banner County Soldier,” which is taken from their upcoming album Arrogance & Ignorance.

You can give the track a listen below.

Arrogance & Ignorance is set to release on October 17th. You can pre-order the album and stream another song from it on The Narrowbacks’ Bandcamp page.

Album Review: The Mahones – “The Very Best: 25 Years of Irish Punk”

The Mahones have had a lasting impact on the world of Irish punk. Since their start on Saint Patrick’s Day 1990, they have been one of the hardest working and most successful bands in their genre.

With the announcement of their career-spanning compilation album titled “The Very Best: 25 Years of Irish Punk”; we here at Dying Scene thought we should take some time and tell you what we think.

The album is a collection of the finest from The Mahones throughout their career and with 18 songs to choose from on the album, you’d be crazy not to find one that you like. With songs that have becomes staples in a punk’s playlist, both young and old, the band has summed up their 25 years of experience into one excellent album. Now I know what you are thinking, revisiting and re-recording the classics could change the way they sound after all of these years. Let me assure you, these guys haven’t lost a 4/4 beat; and I will do my best to give you some insight in the short time we have together.

The album starts off strong with a re-release their track “A Great Night on the Lash”, a song all about drinking, making noise, and having a good time. The raw emotion from the first rendition has easily carried over to the new recording, letting you share in the pandemonium of a long night/early morning out with the band. It kicks just as much ass as the first version and is a great way to get you in the mindset for a nice thick beer. Overall, this song was already a classic for me, but the revisited version is just as good and will put your mind in a barstool next to a slumping irishman.

The next few tracks on the album give you a strong taste of authentic Irish sound. Heavy fiddle, flute, and accordion give that almost folky vibe to the punk chugs and chanting that they accompany. The straight-fowardness of the drums mixed with the multiple layers of instruments and countermelodies give you something to bop your head to and something to smile about.

One song I particularly liked on the album was “Streets of New York”. It brings that slow side to punk that makes the speed hit so heavy. The song brings the feel of that waltzy ¾ time traditional of Irish folktales. The song was good when it was first released on their album “Paint the Town Red”, but since then you can tell the band has really embraced the song because the version on the new album has a passion and soul in it that you can only get from living the Irish punk scene.

Their song “Past the Pint of No Return” was probably my favorite on the new album. The original version has a upbeat, rushed feeling which, for some older bands, can be tough to keep going after all these years. I thought The Mahones did an excellent job keeping that feel in this song while putting a little bit more wisdom and soul into how it is performed. It seems that the band grew with the song and it shows in the music. Also, it’s always awesome to hear someone rip out a fiddle solo mid-song!

Overall thoughts: The album as a whole is one of those ones you listen to straight through. When I sat down to write this piece, I wanted to get a taste of the new sound and to hear some songs I haven’t heard before. I started the album at the top and I didn’t touch the skip button once before it was over. It is easily listenable and doesn’t beat you over the head with the irish or the punk; the nice mix of both give the album a spice, but the garnish doesn’t overpower the flavor of the music or of the messages. They have a genre, and they do it well, but they frequently pull from other genres to give variance to what, for some, can be a slightly repetitious sound.

The album contains a passion that you can only get from performing for 25 years, and it shows up in force for this ‘greatest hits’ album. Overall, I rate it a 4.5. It is definitely worth the attention, if not for the true professionalism of a timeless Irish punk group, then for the awesome music that this group puts out.