Mariachi El Bronx Touring, Releasing Record

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LA hardcore act The Bronx's alter ego, Mariachi El Bronx, is definitely one of the coolest gimmicks a band has dreamed up in recent memory. So we're stoked to see this side-project-of-sorts is getting a real release and tour. Sadly, their support slots for The Killers do not include the Phoenix show at the end of the month.

Check out our review of the son-Mariachi Bronx band's March show at Yucca here or watch the video above to see the chili y limon flavored version. Get info on the record release here.

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