Bane Recently Reunited To Pay Tribute To Late Bassist Brendan “Stu” Maguire

On July 2, Bane reunited for a set at the House Of Blues in Boston, MA in honor of bassist Brendan “Stu” Maguire, who recently passed away following a battle with cancer. You can see some fan-filmed footage from the show below:

Before the concert, Bane issued the following statement:

“As many of you have heard our bassist and brother, Brendan “Stu” Maguire, succumbed to his 21 month long, ferocious battle with cancer on Sunday. He fought until his final breath. We were gathered with him at the hospital, a large group of family, friends, workmates, band members and road dogs, to see him off. He let go at 8:30 pm, and outside the hospital the sun was setting and the sky was the most striking, beautiful, and terribly sad glow of orange. His father came outside and told us all that as long as we keep Brendan in our hearts that he will never truly be gone.

Yesterday we were overwhelmed and comforted by the incredible outpouring of love and testimonials from people who had known Stu or simply been touched by the music that he has made. Today we will begin to put the pieces of our hearts back together again and look ahead.

Fridays show here at The House of Blues in Boston, that was originally going to be a party for our sick friend, made up of his all time favorite bands and attended by many who were looking forward to hugging him and cheering him on, will now be refocused into a celebration of his life, his wife Lee and their two amazing daughters, and finally, the power of friends getting together. To say that he would have wanted this show to go on exactly as planned would be an understatement. He would have insisted on it. It was Brendan’s belief that this community is at its best when it brings people together, picks us up off the floor, and helps us process the difficult and impossibly complex emotions that we all wrestle with in our hearts. That it’s why we scream as loud as we do.

Thank you so much to Sick Of It All. The Bouncing Souls. H2O. and Rebuilder for coming forward to honor that belief.

Come scream with us if you can.”

Fans can still help out Maguire‘s family by donating HERE.

[via The PRP]

Brendan “Stu” Maguire (Bane, Reach The Sky) Passes Away

Brendan “Stu” Maguire (Bane, Reach The Sky) has sadly passed away following a battle with cancer. The news was confirmed by hate5six‘s Sandeep “Sunny” Singh, who shared a tribute video, along with the following message:

“Last night, June 27, 2021, Brendan Stu Maguire of Bane/Reach the Sky passed away surrounded by friends, family and bandmates. I never shared this. This was moments after Bane played their final note. When I think of this band I think about how deeply they all love each other. It showed in their music and it showed in them as people. I’m with Stu forever.”

Bane Share Trailer For New Documentary “Holding These Moments”

Bane have shared a trailer for their new documentary “Holding These Moments.” That film will be released on October 13.

The band commented:

“BANE FAMILY!! The Documentary is finished and up for pre-order now!!! We are so so excited for everyone to see it. Everyone in the band has watched it and were originally pretty nervous that it was going to come out as some cheesy story about our band, but it is anything but that and we loved it so much. It’s fun, it’s sad, and all about the life we loved in this amazing scene for 20+ years❤️

Read below for all of the details and know that we love you all, BANE

From the crew at @holding_these_moments:

“Holding These Moments, the feature-length documentary film tells the story of the Massachusetts hardcore band BANE‘s formation as it follows them through their final tour. It’s an emotional love letter to the band, their fans, and their legacy. It is about loving a community so much that you never want to let it go. The film explores how friendships can transform into a family. The Queen City Pictures film is distributed by 1091 Pictures and available to rent or purchase on-demand October 13th, 2020.

Pre-orders for physical copies will be available today (8.25.2020) at

These Words, These Miles, These Moments”

Watch Pro-Shot Footage Of Bane’s Farewell Show

hate5six have shared pro-shot footage of Bane‘s June 18, 2016 farewell show at The Palladium in Worcester, MA. The footage was uploaded after the band hit their initial goal on a GoFundMe that was launched for ex-bassist Brendan “Stu” Maguire, who is currently battling cancer.

[via The PRP]