Dropkick Murphys Drop New Album: 'This Machine Still Kills Fascists'

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QUINCY, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — On the precipice of October, the Dropkick Murphys, native to Quincy, released their new album This Machine Still Kills Fascists, with plans to unveil a special edition vinyl print of it in November. The band says TMSKF is a collaboration with the philosophies of the late Woody Guthrie, one of the most prominent American folk singers from the 20th century.

The new album dropped on Friday boasts ten original tracks, with an entire runtime of about a half hour. Alongside the new album comes a new music video, on the single "The Last One," which features Evan Felker of the Turnpike Troubadours. According to the Dropkick Murphys, the video was filmed in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where TMSKF was recorded, with some shots in Okemah, OK, Guthrie and Felker's hometown.

"The Last One," showcases Felker alongside DKM's Ken Casey with verses on "the disconnect between the foot of oppression forever pressing on the throats of the working class and the hollow, sanctimonious ideals used to justify that subjugation." The video for "Ten Times More," released earlier over the summer.

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The band also released another chapter of "Dropkick Murphys live at Paste Studio on the Road: Boston," where DKM performed at the Boch Center Wang Theatre, a venue that just returned to pay tribute to artists of the past generations via the Folk Americana Roots Hall of Fame.

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