Vacancy by Bayside Album Review
After an unintentional week off, we're back with this week's episode in which we review the seventh studio album by New York punk band, Bayside. We were intrigued by lead singer, Anthony Raneri's, recent podcast interview in which he described the writing process for this record as well as the difficult themes of divorce, custody, and depression. Find out what we thought about it in our track-by-track review. (Review begins at 27:21)
Also discussed on the episode, we've got album announcements from I the Mighty and Metallica; we share the news of the passing of Architects' guitarist, Tom Searle; Bella Thorne coming out as bisexual; we share the release date and track listing for Come On Guys by Drive By Curious; Mike's brief reviews for Kubo and the Two Strings, Out of the Badlands by Aaron Gillespie, Crush Me by K.Flay, and the last two albums from Silent Planet; and Adam reviews Desolate Divine by The Color Morale.