Harm’s Way have lost over $20,000 in gear and merch after their trailer was stolen Thursday night (Sept. 27).
The trailer was stolen from the Luxor parking lot following the hardcore outfit’s show in Las Vegas, NV. The chains to the trailer were cut, and separated from their vehicle. The band lost all of their gear and a fully stocked merch spread.
Despite having “absolutely no equipment to play on,” Harm’s Way plan to continue on with Terror‘s TOTAL RETALIATION tour that goes through mid-October.
The band posted a lengthy statement to their socials concerning the incident, and their plans to move forward. “Anything you can do is greatly appreciated,” they state.
We suffered a serious blow today.
Please read and share if you can. pic.twitter.com/MEXYIubf8T
— Harm’s Way (@harmsxway) September 28, 2018
If you would like to support Harm’s Way during this difficult time you can buy merch from the webstore mentioned here, or contribute to the GoFundMe campaign created by Colin Young of Twitching Tongues to help get them back on their feet.
We wish Harm’s Way nothing but the best, and hope they’re able to recover their stolen trailer.