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Since their inception on Long Island in the winter of 2000, Bayside has become the voice for the misanthropic and the hopeful alike. The band released four studio albums with Victory Records at the onset of their career kicking off the fruitful relationship with 2004's Sirens And Condolences. After a van accident on the band's 2005 tour that tragically took the life of drummer John "Beatz" Holohan and severely injured bassist Nick Ghanbarian, remaining members Anthony Raneri and Jack O'Shea continued on as an acoustic duo to pay their respects the best way they knew how. The shows were so well received that the Acoustic EP, comprised of studio versions of songs based on those acoustic live sets, was put together and released in 2006.