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The Dropkick Murphys have never been a band to be shy over their opinions, and when they learned a neo-Nazi group was using one of their songs in the background of a video, the band retaliated in the best way they knew how.

“F***** Losers. Stop using our song for your little dress up party video. We will SMASH you,” the band replied on Twitter in response to the video.

The group in question called the Nationalist Social Club, or NSC 131 is referred to as a neo-Nazi group from both the Counter Extremism Project and the Anti-Defamation League. NSC 131 members were seen along the sides of South Boston’s St. Patrick’s Day parade Sunday and posted the video to showcase what they called their welcomed presence.

“Massachusetts 131 lads attended the St. Patrick’s Day parade in Boston and were received with overwhelming support by members of the community,” the first few seconds of the video posted to Odysee shows before “The Boys Are Back” by the Dropkick Murphys plays in the background.

Throughout the video, men from the group were seen wearing neo-Nazi attire, flying flags, and sharing signs and flyers that read “Keep Boston Irish.”

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That same night, the Dropkick Murphys hit the Roadrunner stage in Boston for the first time.

The Boston Police Department said it had received no complaints about the group from the parade, but local officials called their message “repulsive” and “disgusting,” adding that hate groups will never be welcome in the City of Boston.

City Council President Ed Flynn, Councilor Michael Flaherty, state Senator Nick Collins, state Representative David Biele, U.S. Representative Stephen Lynch, and Clerk Michael Donovan issued a joint statement denouncing the group Monday.

“Their ideology is repugnant and contrary to an event that celebrates our proud immigrant history and is enjoyed by children, families, and people of all ethnicities and backgrounds,” the elected officials said in an email. “Their message is repulsive to the South Boston community and Gold Star Families who were at the parade to commend our veterans and honor their service to our nation.”

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