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Bronx (III)
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Bronx (III)
Genres: Alternative Rock, Metal
 
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All Artists: Bronx
Title: Bronx (III)
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Release Date: 11/11/2008
Genres: Alternative Rock, Metal
Styles: Hardcore & Punk, Alternative Metal
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1

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This is where it's at!
paulsubpopman | 12/14/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Well first Id like to say that The Bronx are one of the few great rock bands out there at this time. The only other bands that come close that are still making records would be Zeke and The Dwarves. This new release by The Bronx rocks just as hard as theyre last two records. I personally think the first record is still the best, but to each his own. So if you want blood guts and p***y,look no further, here is your new favorite band. I saw them live a few years back open up for The Dwarves at The Middle East in Boston and they stole the show. Thats tough to do."
Excellent, but it must be noted
Max | Maryland, USA | 05/10/2010
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This is still an excellent Rock record, that's first and last to know. However, since no other reviews here are noting this, I think someone should mention that the tempos are slowed down even from II. So, if what you wanted out of the Bronx was the raging hardcore of the first release, you might be let down. If II was about as slow and melodic as you wanted the Bronx to go, you might be let down. For comparison, the tempos on this release are firmly in the "rock" territory, whereas II was in more "punk" territory, and "The Bronx" was in hardcore territory. I don't mind slower and more melodic- it reminds me of other great rock bands, from Rocket from the Crypt to the Riverboat Gamblers to even a little AC/DC. Not to mention that Matt is still in fine voice (he croons a bit on a track or two, but it's mostly his shouted screech)and the production is still much more raw than you'll hear on anything but a punk record. So, if you can stand a more hard rock sensibility than a hardcore sensibility this is still an excellent rock record."