The Bronx - 'The Bronx IV'

The Bronx - 'The Bronx IV'

LA’s The Bronx find themselves in a curious position on their fourth record. Their last two albums (after the hardcore punk of ‘The Bronx I’, ‘II’ and ‘III’) were as Mariachi El Bronx, their unexpectedly successful side-project. And...

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Live Review : Shred YR Face

Live Review : Shred YR Face

The second Shred Yr Face tour boasts a line-up so fierce that we’re not simply getting our faces shredded, we’re having our ribcage reorganised and our nipples ripped clean off. No speaker will be left intact as this unapologetic, three-part...

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The Bronx

The Bronx

We live in unsettling, alien times. Thanks to global warming, unseasonable blizzards lash the capital; celebrity prank phonecalls bump the bombing of Syria off the front pages and Axl Rose finally stopped contemplating his own navel long enough to...

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The Bronx

The Bronx

“Deliverrrry!” Matt Caughthran almost inevitably mouths as he crashes towards the freshly stocked bar. You join us 10 seconds into The Bronx’s first capital appearance in almost 18 months. It’s beautiful carnage, like Enter Shikari times...

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Bronx  : Amsterdam Paradiso

Bronx : Amsterdam Paradiso

Odd place, Amsterdam. On the one hand, it's one of the cleanest, friendliest, prettiest, most liberal cities in Europe, where rows of narrow, Lego-like buildings house a ruddy-cheeked population as fond of bikes as they are outsized red cheeses....

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Bronx  : They Will Kill Us All

Bronx : They Will Kill Us All

Ok, it's not the best song on the album. Yeah, the song title isn't great and it's hardly likely the average Blink fan in Barnsley gives much of a toss about "what's happened to Los Angeles". But this week's singles page is all about standing up...

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