The Bronx Information

The Bronx, a versatile punk rock band hailing from Los Angeles, has captivated audiences with their energetic sound and fervent live performances. With a history spanning decades, the band’s commitment to their craft and unrelenting spirit have solidified their place in the punk and rock scenes.


  • 2002: The Bronx was formed in Los Angeles, California. The band consisted of vocalist Matt Caughthran, guitarist Joby J. Ford, bassist James Tweedy, and drummer Jorma Vik.
  • 2003: The Bronx released their self-titled debut album, “The Bronx”, which showcased their raw punk rock sound and gained attention from both fans and critics.
  • 2006: The band released their second self-titled album, “The Bronx II”, marking a continuation of their energetic and aggressive style. This album further established their reputation as a powerful force in punk rock.
  • 2008: The Bronx introduced their alter ego, Mariachi El Bronx, exploring a different musical direction with a mariachi sound. They released their debut self-titled album, embracing a new sonic landscape.
  • 2013: The Bronx returned to their punk rock roots with the release of “The Bronx IV”, demonstrating their ability to evolve while staying true to their core sound.
  • 2017: The band released their fifth self-titled album, “V”, showcasing their growth and maturity as musicians while maintaining their high-energy punk rock essence.
  • 2021: The Bronx released their sixth studio album, “Bronx VI”, further demonstrating their musical prowess and continued relevance in the rock scene.


  • “The Bronx” (2003) – Album
  • “The Bronx II” (2006) – Album
  • “The Bronx III” (2008) – Album
  • “The Bronx IV” (2013) – Album
  • “V” (2017) – Album
  • “Bronx VI” (2021) – Album


  • Matt Caughthran – Vocals
  • Joby J. Ford – Guitar
  • Ken Horne – Guitar
  • Brad Magers – Bass
  • Jorma Vik – Drums

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