Since 1997, Boston's Dropkicks have released six albums, each bettering the last in sales. They've amassed hundreds of thousands of fans around the world, and have recently broadened their appeal by having their heart pounding, swaggering performance of "Shipping Up To Boston" prominently featured in the Oscar winning (Best Director, Best Picture) Martin Scorsese film,"The Departed". "The Warriors Code" also features their rousing rendition of "Tessie", the Red Sox's rally anthem, spurring the team to win the 2004 World Series and establishing the band in New England sports history. With "The Warrior's Code", the Dropkicks combine their driving punk energy with a newfound sense of majesty and melody to create anthems for troubled times. "Tessie" is included here as a special bonus track, and it's also prominently featured in the new movie "Fever Pitch", starring Jimmy Fallon and Drew Barrymore.