The Dropkick Murphys played a gig in New York on the 13th and were having a huge party. During some encores, they invited the audience up on stage. And while they ripped through AC/DC's "T.N.T." a neo-nazi began Hitler saluting on stage. That didn't go over very well at all.
Okay, the thing that strikes me the most about this video is, "why is this statue playing with the ball from the cover of Van Halen's 5150 album?". Oh, that and Metallica and The Red Hot Chili Peppers together. More after the jump.
This what rocking Irish music sounds like. Out of Quincy Massachusetts, It's The Dropkick Murphys! The boys combine traditional Irish instruments with a punk sensibility to give you a real Irish "working mans" sound. You've heard their music in the movies "Boondock Saints" and their biggest hit "Shipping Off To Boston" was featured in the movie "The Departed". The 'Murphs are said to be returning to the recording studio following their annual St Pats shows this weekend. More after the jump.
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