The Bronx

The Bronx

The Bronx isn't your atypical alt-metal group inspired by nasty '70s punk. They are in a sense, but there's more depth and desire than most involved in the emocore/post-grunge punk rock revival. Formed in the heat of Los Angeles in 2002, Joby J. Ford, James Tweedy, Matt Caughthran, and Jorma Vik were offered countless deals after only two gigs. A D.I.Y. approach suited them better, however. Ford, who started playing guitar as a high school senior, wasn't exactly poised for a life in rock & roll. He put himself through school with a baseball scholarship... more