Bane set to release first full-length record

After line-up changes and technical issues hindering their progression, Bane are set to finally release their debut full-length record


Serbian black/death metal horde Bane is set to release their long-awaited full-length debut, Chaos, Darkness, Emptiness, later this year through Abyss Records. Recorded at Hellsound Studio in the Czech Republic, it will be produced, mixed and mastered by Honza Kapak (formerly of Judas Iscariot, Krieg, Nargaroth and more). The album will also feature very special appearances from Jb of Svart Crown (France), Deimoz of The Revenge Project (Bulgaria) and Nocturnal of Shadowdream (Serbia).

Hailing from Novi Sad, Serbia, the band draws influence mainly from old-school Swedish black/death metal from the mid 90s. Their music can be easily compared to early Dissection and Dark Funeral. Since forming in 2006, the band had constant technical and line-up problems, resulting to a two-year-long break after their first recorded demo in 2007.

In late 2009, after several more line-up changes, the band recorded their first EP called Misanthropia and released it in early 2010 on Dutch label, Victory By Fire Records, and shortly after re-released it on Set Productions (Egypt).

Since then, the band is very active in the European underground scene, so far having shared stages with international acts such as: Root (CZ), Depresy (SK), Enthrallment (BUL), James Rivera (USA), Septic Scum (SLO), Infest (SER), and many more

The band is now getting ready to enter the studio to record their long-awaited first full-length album and is announcing a European Tour in Autumn 2010 in order to promote their new upcoming release.

Chaos, Darkness, Emptiness will span nine tracks and be divided equally into three chapters:
Chapter I - Chaos
Chapter II - Darkness
Chapter III - Emptiness

Cover artwork is by the legendary Marcelo Vasco, who has also done work for Belphegor, Obituary, Vader, Borknagar, Gorgoroth, Satyricon and many, many more.

Check out Bane's MySpace here.