Bad History Month is the solo project of Sean Bean, formerly of Boston's much beloved Fat History Month. Following the departure of FHM's drummer, Bob Hobby, Sean decided to move forward solo, adapting the name to Bad History Month, as to not confuse anyone. Regardless, BHM marks a growth in Sean's songwriting, allowing for personal experimentation and studio layering to create a sound that is as lush and contemplative as it is direct and depressing. Dead And Loving It: A Introductory Exploration of Pessimysticism is an examination of one's own mortality. As dark as the topic may seem, the record is a journey of finding comfort in a harsh reality. Once again Bad History Month has created timeless songwriting that is as jaw dropping in its beauty and emotional weight as its composition and delivery.