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One of the leading bands of the Massachusetts punk scene, Bane was founded in 1995 by guitarist Aaron Dalbec and singer Aaron Bedard, two veterans of the local hardcore/straight edge scene who were looking to make a new and uncompromising musical statement. Bane's initial demo made it clear they were something outside the ordinary, and three powerful studio albums confirmed their status as one of New England's best and strongest acts. In 2013, eight years after 2005's The Note, Bane began work on their fifth full-length album; the band also announced that it would be their last recording project. The final result, Don't Wait Up, appeared in June 2014, and was a fitting final salvo from the band, loaded with tough tunes and powerful messages that pack an additional emotional punch as the band rides into the sunset. Songs include "Non-Negotiable," "Hard to Find," "What Awaits Us Now," "Lost at Sea," "Final Backwards Glance," and five others.

Customer Reviews

Oh ya

Bane is back but it comes with sadness as well because this will be bane's final cd at least they are going out with a bang

Perfect Swan Song

This is a great way to end it all.

1st album in 9yrs

Awesome album. The BANE legacy in its true form. Thanks guys! Worth the wait... Glad I didn't wait up though


Formed: 1995 in Worcester, MA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Formed in Massachusetts, Bane began as a side project between Aaron Dalbec and members of Converge. After contacting Aaron Bedard, a former drummer in local hardcore punk bands, the group entered the studio in December 1995. After recording a demo, Bane made their live debut in February 1996. The lineup saw the addition of bass player Pete Chilton and released a debut 7" single. In May 1997 Bane released Free to Think, Free to Be, another 7" single. Another guitarist, Zachary Jordan, was added to...
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