There are few bands with the power to elicit a reaction that Bad Religion are able to conjure up night after night. During the veteran punk act's show Tuesday night (March 26), the band tore through 30 songs, while thunderous cheers and heartfelt sing-a-longs resonated throughout New York City's Terminal 5.
Only a few days after Against Me! revealed that they were forced to drop off Bad Religion's 2013 North American tour, a brilliant replacement has been announced. Los Angeles punk rock act the Bronx have been confirmed to open the majority of Bad Religion's tour dates, beginning March 22 in Washington D.C.
California-based hardcore group the Bronx have created a truly awesome album with their fourth full-length record. After creating two punk-meets-mariachi albums in 2009 and 2011, respectively, the Bronx have returned to the grit with 'The Bronx (IV),' and it's being streamed in full online.