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Monday, May 11, 2015

Episode 143 - Kintsugi by Death Cab For Cutie Review

The Skinny with Mike and Adam - Kintsugi by Death Cab For Cutie Review

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The Feed:
- Sum 41 has announced that they are writing new music after two years of not playing together.

- The bassist of the metalcore band, Lionfight, went on a racially charged rant on social media and was promptly fired from the band.

- A new indie game has hit Kickstarter and will feature the likenesses and original music from artists like Tegan and Sara, LIGHTS, Fucked Up, and many more.

- The Amity Affliction announced the release date for the band’s first film titled “Seems Like Forever”.

On The Plate:
- Adam and Mike give a track-by-track review of “Kintsugi” by Death Cab For Cutie. Review begins at 24:22.

Sound Off:
- Mike:  Mike reviews the new Underoath documentary, “Tired Violence”.

Adam:   Adam reviews
"Wilder Mind" by Mumford and Sons and "To the Stars..." by Tom DeLonge.

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