Full of Hell Robbed in Atlanta, Cancel Toronto Show

The band lost their van, gear, merch and more

BY Calum SlingerlandPublished Nov 29, 2019

Ahead of performing in Toronto next week, Full of Hell have been forced to cancel their remaining 2019 tour dates after being robbed of their van, gear and more in the Atlanta area.

"Last night our entire van was stolen with all of our gear, merch and even most of our clothing," vocalist Dylan Walker wrote in a Facebook post today. "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."

Full of Hell had been supporting Cattle Decapitation on their "Geocidal Tendencies Tour," which also includes AtheistPrimitive ManAuthor & Punisher and Vitriol. 

The tour hits Toronto's Opera House on December 4, though Full of Hell will no longer be on the bill.

"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," Walker wrote.

A GoFundMe campaign started to help the band notes that stolen gear includes "3 Orange amps, 4 Fender basses and guitars, a custom built aluminum neck guitar, 23 effects pedals, a full drum set and more."

As of press time, the campaign has well-exceeded its $20,000 USD goal.

Full of Hell released their Weeping Choir album earlier this year. Read our interview with the band.

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