The Bronx is an American hardcore punk band from Southern California.
Formed in 2002, The Bronx was signed to record label Island Def Jam Records with twelve live shows under their belt. They quickly established something of a cult following in many parts of the United States, Europe and Australia with heavy touring, intense live shows and their unusual blend of 1980's hardcore punk and modern day rock music.
The band released two full length self-titled albums (in 2003 and 2006) as well as two limited edition EPs including Bats!. A live DVD, titled Live At The Annandale, was recorded at the Annandale Hotel in Sydney, Australia and released by their own record label, White Drugs. 2006 saw the release of their second self-titled album, which contains the singles "White Guilt", "History's Stranglers," and the airplay track "Shitty Future.", as well as Ken Horne (The Dragons) joining the band on second guitar, and has been confirmed as a permanent addition to the band, giving the band wider dynamics for a more explosive stage set. News was recently given on their official website that The Bronx are recording two albums this time around, both again self-titled. One will be a punk record (The Bronx) and the other will be a mariachi version of this (El Bronx).