The Bronx Tickets
Hardcore punk band The Bronx is making stops at select venues throughout the U.S., the U.K. and Australia on its latest world concert tour. The band’s signature songs include “They Will Kill Us All (Without Mercy),” “Bats!” “Knifeman” and “Heart Attack American.”
Formed in Southern California in 2002, The Bronx features Matt Caughthran on vocals, Joby J. Ford and Ken Horn on guitar and Brad Magers on bass. Former bassist James Tweedy left the band in 2007. Drummer Jorma Vik left the group in 2016.
CRUSH Music Media’s Jonathan Daniel signed on as the group’s manager after seeing the Bronx’s debut performance and fostered a record deal with the Island/Def Jam label shortly after. The Bronx band, however, wanted to maintain control of its sound and image and opted to record under its own label, White Drugs Records. The group went on to record four albums, The Bronx I, The Bronx II, The Bronx III and The Bronx IV on various labels in addition to their own and Island/Def Jam.
Every Bronx song is a collaboration between all members, with Caughthran supplying lyrics, Ford supplying the tunes and fellow band members helping to shape the songs into the individualistic sound for which the Bronx is known. The Bronx EPs include Bats!, La Muerte Viva, Shred Your Face and a trilogy of issues entitled Social Club. Singles include “They Will Kill Us All (Without Mercy),” “False Alarm,” White Guilt” and more.
The Bronx also records and performs mariachi music as an alter ego band, El Bronx, with versatile members of the band switching to brass and mariachi stringed instruments. El Bronx released three eponymous LPs of its own—El Bronx I, El Bronx II and El Bronx III. DVDs available include Live at the Annandale recorded in Sydney, Australia.
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The Bronx Trivia
Lead singer Caughthran creates graphic art for the band’s album covers and merchandise.
Guitarist Gilby Clarke of Guns ‘n’ Roses produced The Bronx’s debut recording.
Former Bronx band member James Tweedy now writes and records Christian music.
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