The Bronx announce new album

Album will be available to download next month

'Ugh! You stink!' - The Bronx, Lock Up Stage, 19.10, Carling Weekend Festival: Leeds, August 25, 2007. Pic: Sonia Melot
The Bronx have announced details of their forthcoming third album.

The next album from the Los Angeles punks will be available to download from November 10, then will receive a physical release in January.

Like the band's first two albums, the album will be self-titled. It was recorded in the band's Big Game Lodge studio in California with System Of A Down and Rage Against The Machine producer Dave Schiffman.

The track-listing of The Bronx's album will be:

'Knifeman'
'Inveigh'
'Past Lives'
'Enemy Mind'
'Pleasure Seekers'
'Six Days A Week'
'Young Bloods'
'Ship High In Transit'
'Minutes in Night'
'Spanish Handshake'
'Digital Leash'


The band are set to head to the UK for three headline shows later this month.

The Bronx will play:

London Kings College (October 27)
Manchester Club Academy (28)
Glasgow ABC 2 (29)


To check the availability of The Bronx tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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