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| 6 February 2013 | Reply

February 5, 2013 – Los Angeles, CA – After five long years, Los Angeles’ highly revered punks The Bronx have returned with a long-awaited, ferocious fourth studio album, The Bronx (IV), today via White Drugs/ATO Records.  The album is currently available for purchase in stores and at iTunesAmazonBestBuy and in a variety of formats at

Fans are invited to stream The Bronx (IV) in its entirety with track-by-track commentary now at

In front of a packed, sweaty and near rioting sold-out crowd in Los Angeles on February 2nd, vocalist Matt Caughthran declared, “It’s been a long time coming.”  That sentiment could not be truer.  Five long years have passed since the band’s last proper release with a few of those spent gigging with their side project Mariachi El Bronx.  And as critics continue to point out the band’s return could not have come sooner!!!  Here’s what a few are saying…..

“The Bronx have made the most focused and diverse record of their career.” – Alternative Press

“The Bronx are back with riotous riffs and howling, shout-along choruses” – Rolling Stone

“The Bronx has turned rage and desperation into a perpetual state of being—and (IV) into a monument not just of survival, but also evolution.”

“the band’s delivery of these dozen songs is consistently cathartic” – Boston Globe

Forget the punk or hardcore labels — The Bronx are one of the top hard rock acts of the last decade.”

the songs still concentrate on packing as much of a punch as humanly possible”

“The Bronx are probably the finest punk band of this century” – Kerrang! KKKK

“None of the band’s bolshy character is lost on ‘Bronx IV’, but they do find new places to go.”  NME

“One of this generation’s greatest punk bands” – Metal Hammer 9/10

“There’s no one quite like The Bronx”  –

“An early contender for Album Of The Year” – Big Cheese 5/5

The Bronx will wrap up their sold-out U.S. album release shows tonight at Bowery Electric in New York City, before heading across the Atlantic for a month long trek of the UK and returning in March for a string of shows as Mariachi El Bronx.

Follow the band at for additional information and upcoming announcements.

The Bronx – Tour Dates:

Feb 8 – Brighton, UK – Concorde 2

Feb 9 – Preston, UK – 53 Degrees

Feb 10 – Cardiff, UK – Solus at Cardiff University

Feb 12 – London, UK – The Underworld (Sold Out)

Feb 13 – London, UK – The Underworld

Feb 14 – Norwich, UK – The Waterfront

Feb 15 – Wolverhampton, UK – Slade Rooms

Feb 16 – Glasgow, UK – Garage

Feb 17 – Aberdeen, UK – The Garage

Feb 19 – Manchester, UK – Club Academy

Feb 20 – Nottingham, UK – Rescue Rooms

Feb 21 – Leeds, UK – The Cockpit

Feb 22 – Newcastle, UK – Newcastle O2 Academy 2

Feb 23 – Bristol, UK – The Fleece

Feb 24 – Portsmouth, UK – Wedgewood Rooms

Feb 25 – Exeter, UK – Cavern

Feb 26 – Southend-On-Sea, UK – Chinnery’s

Feb 27 – York, UK – The Duchess

Mariachi El Bronx – Tour Dates:

Mar 9 – Oakland, CA – Fox Theater

Mar 11 – Portland, OR – Roseland Theater

Mar 12 – Seattle, WA – The Paramount

Mar 14 – Garden City, ID – Revolution Concert House & Event Center

Mar 15 – Salt Lake City, UT – Saltair

Mar 16 – Las Vegas, NV – Boulevard Pool at the Cosmopolitan

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