Pipes And Pints release new kinky video for “Karma Killer”

Pipes And Pints have released a new video for “Karma Killer”, where they address issues about their own past history.

The video is about bad toxic karma and its destruction.

“Pipes And Pints had a problematic past and with this videoclip, we are drawing a line in the sand, leaving it all behind and stepping into a new era”, explains the founder of the band Vojta Kalina.

Paddy And The Rats release music video for new single “Castaway”

Spring is approaching and the landscape is getting greener and greener! Best time to listen to some Irish Folk, even if it's coming from Hungary.

What? Yes! Paddy And The Rats are releasing their new single and video for “Castaway”.

The clip has been shot last October at a stormy shore at the Algarve in Portugal, of course, and gives a good taste of what the new album, “Riot City Outlaws”, to be released on April 6th, 2018 - will gonna be.

Paddy And The Rats to release new studio album “Riot City Outlaws” on April 6th 2018

Ireland! Shamrocks, shenanigans, sheep and pubs are some of the many highlights the Emerald Isle has to offer – that's what Hungarian punk rockers Paddy And The Rats rightfully realized and quickly whipped out their fiddles and plugged in their guitars.

The Miskolc-based six piece brooded over a couple of cold beers and rum casks, and decided to throw a hefty dose of pirate-isms, polka and gypsy punk into their mix!

Now Paddy And The Rats unveil first and hotly anticipated details about their fifth record titled “Riot City Outlaws”, which is set to be released on April 6th, 2018, via Napalm Records!

Flogging Molly announces new album “Life is Good” and North American & European Tour 2017

Flogging Molly have announced that their long-awaited new album “Life is Good” will be released on June 2nd, 2017, via Spinefarm/Vanguard Records.

Produced by Grammy Award-winner Joe Chiccarelli (U2, White Stripes, Beck) and recorded in Dublin, Ireland, “Life is Good” marks Flogging Molly’s first studio album in six years – the follow-up to 2011’s highly acclaimed “Speed of Darkness”, which reached #9 on Billboard’s Top 200 in the US.