‘325’ (Cursed Blessings Records) is the third EP from St. Catharine’s, Ontario outfit The Holdouts. It’s punk, it’s hair metal, it’s rock n’ roll, whatever: it’s good.
Slam Dunk North kicked off our festival season in the UK with Sum 41, Alexisonfire and more putting on a party in Temple Newsam in Leeds.
Neck Deep are the fourth and final headliner confirmed for Slam Dunk 2022. See who will be joining the pop-punk stars here.
We hit the House of Blues in Boston, MA and caught Thrice, supporting their Epitaph Records debut Palms, accompanied by LA punks The Bronx and shoegaze act Teenage Wrist.
Cincinnati, Ohio’s rock n’ roll supergroup Cool Life (featuring members of Foxy Shazam, The Skulx, Cadaver Dogs, and Honeyspiders) join us for Stereo Six: a listing of five albums that define who and what they are today, and one unusual curveball.
The Bronx have been announced as the very special guests on this year’s Fireball – Fuelling The Fire Tour 2018.
LA-based punk rock badasses The Bronx have announced two UK shows around the time of their scheduled performance at this year’s Download Festival.
Stone Sour has announced new spring headline tour dates in the United States. The tour will feature support from The Bronx, Palaye Royale and 68 on select dates.
LA’s punks The Bronx have confirmed a spring 2018 run of U.S. headlining tour dates, shows supporting Clutch, plus a Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival appearance.
The Bronx have given not only punk rock but the rock scene as a whole a massive shot in the arm with their new album V.
Five years since their last eponymous release as The Bronx, these hardcore veterans stick to their guns but find that there’s a lot lost after a ten year career. As these LA punkers developed and grew into heavyweights of the scene, they pleasantly surprised everyone with the quaint tunes of their Mariachi side project, and as they return to the main dish they remain strong, but not spectacular.
After taking a self-imposed hiatus to pursue their passion for mariachi music, the hardcore punk band The Bronx is back with their first new release in more than five years. The eagerly-anticipated record, The Bronx (IV), is due in stores on February 5th and the group will be embarking on a tour of the UK shortly thereafter. Drummer Jorma Vik spoke with me recently about the band and the release; here is what he had to say.
Today White Drugs/ATO Records released “Ribcage”, a song from the forthcoming album by acclaimed Los Angeles punk outfit The Bronx. Fans can stream the new track now – listen below! It is available as a download at all digital retailers and on 7″ vinyl. The limited edition vinyl also features “Into The Black”, a previously unreleased b-side.