The Bronx 'IV' is set for release on February 5. It is the band's first album in five years and comes as the group celebrates its 10th anniversary.
NME hailed The Bronx as "brilliantly sleazy punk rock'n'roll" urging: "Play it loud; for 33 thrilling minutes it'll make you feel like you can walk through walls." Since the band's last release in 2008, the members have recorded two breakthrough mariachi albums as Mariachi El Bronx and toured widely under both names.
The Bronx - comprising Matt Caughtran, Joby J. Ford, Jorma Vik, Brad Magers and Ken Mochikoshi Horne - is currently on a major European tour with The Hives. The band will set out on a national U.S. tour around the album release in February.