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Latest The Bronx News

Below is our complete The Bronx news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

The Bronx Premieres New Song "Sore Throat"

Los Angeles based punk/metal band The Bronx premieres a new song entitled "Sore Throat", taken from the upcoming new album "V", which will receive a September 22nd release date. The album was produced by Rob Schnapf (Beck, Elliot Smith) while David Hidalgo Jr. handled the studio drumming.

Check out now "Sore Throat" below.

“V” track listing: More...

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VBS Reports on Groezrock Festival

VBS.tv has documented the best that European punk and metal festival circuit has to offer: Groezrock.

We sent Vice UK’s James Knight to the legendary Belgian punkstravaganza to meet both the bands and the festival goers who make Groezrock the only festival in Europe that Bad Religion call home.

On top of finding out what makes the average Belgian punk festival tick and interviewing everyone from Rise & Fall to The Mighty Mighty Bosstones they also got a bunch of exclusive live footage of Bad Religion, Pennywise, The Bronx, Agnostic Front, Glassjaw and a cast of thousands.

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The Bronx Readies Self-Titled Third Album

Los Angeles based punk/metal band The Bronx will release their latest, self-titled album to stores and online nationwide on November 11th, 2008. This will be the group's third album. Beginning November 1st the band will tour in Canada and the U.S. with Everytime I Die. Shortly after, the group will head out for a long string of headlining shows. The upcoming release of THE BRONX, will be released on the group's own White Drugs label, with help of New York independent label Original Signal Recordings.

Production duties went to Dave Shiffman, who has worked with Mars Volta, System of a Down and Rage Against the Machine and was recorded at The Bronx's very own Big Game Lodge studio in Los Angeles. Additionally they enlisted Joby Ford, the band's guitarist, to create the album's cover art as he has done the past two records.

One of the upcoming album's tracks, "Knifeman," can currently be heard on the band's MySpace page.

Audiences nationwide were able to catch The Bronx this past summer on the big screen in the theatrical release of "The Germs: What We Do Is Secret," as they were featured musicians in the film, playing the historic punk rock group Black Flag.

All confirmed dates follow. The band will also be touring the UK in late October and Australia in December. The start of the campaign begins now but doesn't end anytime in the near future or even into 2009.

Here are the latest The Bronx tour dates (more dates to be announced): More...

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The Bronx Working On Two New Albums

Hardcore band The Bronx are reportedly working on two new albums for release at the end of the summer. They explained:

"We have begun working on 2 albums worth of material. We will be making 2 different records this time... (and yet both will still be self titled) Record # 1 will be mariachi music (El Bronx) Record # 2 will be dead punk (The Bronx) Both go well with hot sauce, but yet each has a different bouquet. We are aiming for an end of summer release date. Nasty! "

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Perth, Australia's Soundwave Festival Report

The SoundWave Festival rolled across Australia this southern hemisphere summer with dates in Brisbane, Sydney and Perth. While billed as an "all day rock and mayhem experience", headliners Deftones and +44 (a band made up of former members of Blink 182) meant the festival was always going to attract a diverse audience. The inclusion of Suicidal Tendencies, Hatebreed, The Bronx and Terror in the lineup ensured a healthy metal contingent was in attendance.

The official web site stated that the capacity of each venue was around 10,000. If this was the case, the Claremont Showgrounds, where the Perth show was held, was not filled to capacity. This meant that the crowd around each of the three stages (one indoor, two outdoor) was quite small - more so considering the licensed areas were fenced off some distance from each stage. The thin crowds meant members of some of the bands playing early sets could be seen wandering around throughout the day, chatting to fans and checking out the other performances. More...

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