Mariachi El Bronx to release new album in August

Punk rockers The Bronx prepare for second side-project collection

Mariachi El Bronx – the Mariachi side-project of punk rock band The Bronx – have announced they will release a new album in August.

‘Mariachi El Bronx (II)’ will be the follow-up to the band’s self-titled 2009’s debut Mariachi release, and was recorded with producer John Avila at his studio, Brando’s Paradise in San Gabriel, California late last year and in early 2011.

The album will be released on August 1, ahead of the band’s UK performances on the Festival Republic Stage at this year’s Reading and Leeds festivals.

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


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

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