Subrosa Has Van Broken Into, Equipment Stolen On Tour
Unholy Anarchy Records has issued the following statement about Subrosa having equipment stolen on the road:
"As if life on the road for bands these days isn’t hard enough, Salt Lake City’s Subrosa had their tour van broken into on November 4th while stopping for a bite to eat in Sacramento en route to the band’s next stop in Oakland.
"The van sustained damage, and the band lost two violins, several electric guitars, a bass guitar, and a gear bag containing money and personal belongings.
"In light of these unfortunate circumstances, friends of the band have established a site on YouCaring.com for donations. Subrosa will also provide some merchandise as a gift to those who choose to donate over $30.
"Every penny donated will go directly towards recouping the losses Subrosa incurred during this event that significantly degraded their ability to tour in support of their exceptional new album, More Constant Than the Gods."
Fans can donate to to help out Subrosa over at this location.
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