The Bronx's side project set September release date for second LP

Mariachi El Bronx have announced that they will release their second album ‘Mariachi El Bronx (II)’ on September 5.

The band, who are the side project of Los Angeles hardcore punks The Bronx, released their self-titled debut in 2009 and recorded the follow-up late last year, with former Oingo Boingo member John Avila at the controls. The album was recorded in San Gabriel, California.

The Bronx are to set to appear both in their guises at Reading And Leeds Festivals at the end of the summer on August 27 at Reading and August 28 at Leeds. They will perform on the Lock Up Stage as The Bronx and earlier in the day on the Festival Republic Stage as Mariachi El Bronx.

The band are also booked to play a show at Glasgow Garage the day before they head to the twin sites (August 26).

The tracklisting for ‘Mariachi El Bronx (II)’ is as follows:

’48 Roses’
‘Great Provider’
‘Revolution Girls’
‘Fallen’
‘Norteño Lights’
‘Mariachi El Bronx’
‘Map Of The World’
‘Bodies Of Christ’
‘Poverty’s King’
‘Matador’
‘Everything Dies’
‘Spread Thin’