The Bronx's new album IV hits stores today (pick it up here) and we are featuring a stream of the album over at the band's AP.net profile. While you're checking that out, make sure you read Scott Weber's review as well.
A documentary about The Bronx' recent trip to London can be seen here. The 30-minute video features live performances and behind-the-scenes footage with both the band and their alter-ego, Mariachi El Bronx.
The Bronx has launched whitedrugs.com, which is a digital music store for The Bronx's label and all the bands on the roster. Albums are priced at $7.99 and the store includes every release they've put out, including 7"s, EPs, etc.; the MP3s are 256kbs quality, and purchases include hi-res album art, a lyric sheet, and also have lyrics embedded in each song so that you can read along on iPhones.
Check out the video of The Bronx frontman Matt Caughthran and guitarist Joby J. Ford talking about their stage injuries, least favorite places to play, and some of the friendly people they've met along the way here.
The Bronx's new self-titled album hits stores on November 11th via White Drugs.
3. Past Lives
4. Enemy Mind
5. Pleasure Seekers
6. Six Days A Week
7. Young Bloods
8. Ship High In Transit
9. Minutes In Night
10. Spanish Handshake
11. Digital Leash
In case you forgot or never knew, The Bronx released their highly-anticipated self-titled album yesterday. You can buy the album from iTunes and get two bonus tracks and a digital booklet. Some of you might need to be sold first, though, so head to AOL and stream the disc in its entirety. The video for "History's Stranglers" can be seen on the band's website.
The Bronx have posted some upcoming tour dates; select shows will be presented in 3D Bronx-O-Vision. Special Edition 3D glasses will be available at shows for a buck -- refundable if you return the glasses. You can peep the dates below along with a few tracks from the album. Their new self-titled album hits shelves on July 18th.