The Bronx confirm that they have begun work on their new album

The punks have also named the title of their fourth record

The Bronx confirm that they have begun work on their new album
The Bronx have confirmed that they have begun work on their fourth studio album.

The punk band, who have released two albums in the last three years as their side project Mariachi El Bronx, last released a studio album under their regular moniker in 2008.

The band posted an update on their Facebook page Facebook.com/Thebronx about their prorgress, which reads as follows: "We are currently putting together the pieces for what will soon be our fourth eponymous effort. The Bronx (IV) is well under way."

The band also confirmed that they will begin pre-production in early March and are actively looking for suggestions of where to record.

They continued: "We are looking for a place in the greater southern California area to start hammering out some pre-production in early march. If you have or know of a spot that might be conducive to the next step in our creative endeavor, please let us know and we'll get back to you. It's all happening."

Like all three of their previous studio efforts, the band have confirmed that their new album will be self-titled.

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