Posts Tagged ‘Bane’

NEWS: Bane confirm final UK tour dates for November 2015!

Worcester hardcore legends Bane have now confirmed dates of their final headline tour across the UK this November as part of their final European run before disbanding, bringing support from Code Orange for all four dates. You can find the band’s final UK dates listed below:

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NEWS: Slam Dunk Festival confirms You Me At Six, Taking Back Sunday, Neck Deep, Gallows and more for 2015!

Slam Dunk Festival, which takes place across three UK venues this May, has confirmed loads of new names for its 2015 line-up, all of which you can check out below:

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NEWS: Groezock 2015 confirm first wave of bands, including Atreyu & Cancer Bats!

Following the news of Refused confirmed to headline at next year’s Groezrock, the first full wave of bands towards the line-up has now been announced, including Atreyu, Cancer Bats, Social Distortion, Defeater and more. You can find the full line-up so far outlined below:

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NEWS: Bane stream their final album ‘Don’t Wait Up’ in its entirety!

Hardcore legends Bane have released a full stream of their upcoming new record ‘Don’t Wait Up’, which will be there final full length before wrapping up their career after nearly 20 years:

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AUDIO: Bane – All The Way Through

Hardcore veterans Bane have released a stream of their new track ‘All The Way Through’, which will feature on the band’s swansong album ‘Don’t Wait Up’, out May 13th via Equal Vision Records. Give it a listen below:

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NEWS: Bane confirm details of their upcoming final album, ‘Don’t Wait Up’!

Hardcore veterans Bane have released details of their forthcoming new album, which is set to be the band’s last. ‘Don’t Wait Up’ will drop on May 12th 2014 via End Hit Records, and you can check out the tracklisting and artwork below:

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LIVE: Unearth @ The Fleece, Bristol (30/08/2011)

Date: August 30th, 2011
Venue: The Fleece, Bristol
Support: Casey Jones, Nasty, Bane, Evergreen Terrace


It’s late August, which means it’s about damn time the Hell On Earth Tour rolls back into town. Last year’s version was excellent, being headlined by the ever-impressive Every Time I Die meaning the bar has been set pretty high for this year. Unearth have been chosen to headline with a bunch of various hardcore bands on the support bill.

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