A Place to Bury Strangers: Tour Van Stolen in Italy


A Place to Bury Strangers
A Place To Bury Strangers were midway through a three week long, 18 show tour across Europe, when last Friday, 12/3, their van was stolen in Rome, Italy outside the BlackoutClub from the venue's parking lot.

The band's gear was safe in the venue, but 1000 Euros in merch money, all of their suitcases and clothes, a lot of merch (t shirts, tote bags etc.), bassist Dion Lunadon's New Zealand Passport & Green Card, the band's Macbook Pro laptop and numerous personal items and various other gear were in the van at the time of the theft.

The band has set up a Paypal link for donations. Any donation, no matter how small, will be of great help. Each person who donates will be e-mailed a link to download the APTBS remix of the Holy Fuck track "Red Lights." You may donate here.

The band will be finishing out the remaining dates of the tour and all dates can be found here.

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[Published on: 12/9/10]

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