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Kurgan's Bane

Kurgan's Bane
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United States
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Kurgan's Bane was a Baltimore band led by guitarist Pete Laramee and his brother, drummer Jeff Laramee. They were joined by bassist Luis Nasser shortly before recording their debut album. Jeff Laramee later joined Nasser in his other project, Sonus Umbra, for a time.
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http://www.kurgansbane.com
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Releases on file (3)
Kurgans Bane — Camouflaged in Static Kurgans Bane — Camouflaged in Static
((Not on label) no#, 2005, CD)
Kurgan's Bane — The Future Lies Broken Kurgan's Bane — The Future Lies Broken
(Record Heaven RHCD23, 2000, CD)
Kurgan's Bane — Search from Sea to Sea Kurgan's Bane — Search from Sea to Sea
(KB 001, 1999, CD)

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