Dropkick Murphys release their tenth full-length studio album, 'Turn Up That Dial', via the band-owned Born and Bred Records. The album was produced by Ted Hutt. With the 11 tracks on 'Turn Up That Dial', Dropkick Murphys celebrate the simple pleasure of music, the relief and release from worry that comes when you 'turn up that dial' and blast your troubles away. With Casey off his leash and free to roam the front of the stage with co-lead vocalist Al Barr, a new, powerful dynamic has ignited between the two. After a couple hundred shows of the untethered duo shredding stages all over the world, their long-standing vocal trade-off explodes out of the speakers better than ever on 'Turn Up That Dial'. Volume cranked, heads held high, smiles wide, eyes on the prize, Dropkick Murphys charge forward with the same spirit that brought them here in the first place, yet with a new determination and exuberance that brings both the live show and this album to the next level.