I propose same old refrain. Merriam-Webster defines refrain as "a comment or statement that is often repeated."
Don’t you just hate it when you go to IT and you hear the same old
refrain: “Please try restarting your machine”?
(Here I changed the quote from a question to the imperative form, since a question doesn't seem to count as a proper example of a refrain.)
In the example context, I think the "annoying" part is implicit. In other situations it might be desirable to clarify it by writing "the same annoying old refrain" (or simply "the annoying old refrain", "the same annoying refrain", or "the annoying refrain"). In general, "same old refrain" seems to already have slightly negative connotations even without being explicitly described as annoying.