Legendary metal act Eyehategod had some rather unfortunate luck during their stop in St. Louis this past Wednesday when someone got into the band's van outside of Fubar and stole thousands of dollars in cash and electronics. Sources on the scene claim the band's van door had been left wide open and unattended when the crime occurred, making for a crime of opportunity.
If you can find it in your heart to help an extreme metal band in need, you can send money via paypal to email@example.com. From Eyehategod's Facebook page:
Hey folks wanted to put this out there in case anybody can help that last Wednesday June 18th in St. Louis, MO our van was broken into while we were on stage. Brian's computer bag with all of his earnings from the tour as we'll as his iPad and various items were taken as well as there Booking Agent\TM's (Zac Ohler) computer and personal bag with clothing and drummer Aaron Hill's cell phone. Brian's losts total in the thousands. This is a huge blow and if anybody knows anything or can offer help would be more than amazing. TO HELP: PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org
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