Full Of Hell had their entire van full of all their gear and personal affects stolen on November 29 outside Atlanta, GA. The band took to Instagram to explain to fans what happened, as well as shared a link to a GoFundMe posted by a fan.
Last night our entire van was stolen with all of our gear, merch and even most of our clothing. We’ve been touring for 10 years and have been lucky enough to have never been robbed before. There have been close calls but never anything like this. I feel completely crushed to lose all of the gear we spent years building and tinkering with along with our trustworthy van. I also feel completely ashamed to ask for anything from you guys but a friend has made us a gofundme to possibly help us rebuild. Anyone that knows us know that we’ve been gunning at 100% since we started but right now we are feeling very defeated. We are going to be dropping the rest of the dates with Cattle Decapitation, which might be the most crushing thing of all, because we never cancel tours. I’m just at a loss for words right now. We are feeling very low. Check this out if you want to, link in bio. Thank you. – Dylan
If you clicked the GoFundMe link above, you might've noticed the band has stopped taking money. Full Of Hell was only asking for $20,000 and ended up raising $37,092. Instead of taking the additional money and buying anything else for themselves, Full Of Hell has announced they're donating some of the money to a currently undetermined charity.
Hey everyone, in the last few hours we’ve been busy trying to figure out how to get home and what our next course of action should be. We’ve been absolutely bombarded with well wishes and donations and while we feel overwhelmed with the support we also don’t want anything more than we need to replace what was lost, so we’ve had the gofundme taken down. Any excess money will be donated to a charity TBD. To anyone that’s disappointed in us for dropping the last few shows of the year, I can only apologize wholeheartedly and say that we wouldn’t have dropped if we had a feasible way to play these shows to our standard. I can’t thank you all enough. This is a very low place to end our year, but I’m confident we will be back swinging hard in 2020.
Full Of Hell guitarist Spencer Hazard has also posted a list of all the stolen gear, should you see any of it in the Atlanta area.