News•October 4, 2018 10:35 AM ET•22,249 views
Slipknot, Hatebreed, Fall Out Boy members donate to Harms Way
A week ago Harm's Way lost their trailer and all of its contents (roughly $20,000 worth) to theft in Las Vegas, Nevada. Shortly thereafter, a GoFundMe campaign was created on their behalf to offset losses. In the interim, nearly $25,000 has been raised, including generous contributions from fans and peers. Among those who've donated $500 or more to the cause are Corey Taylor (of Slipknot, Stone Sour), Joe Trohman (of Fall Out Boy), Jamey Jasta (of Hatebreed), Brian Slagel (Metal Blade Records CEO), and Tre McCarthy (Deathwish Inc. co-owner). Additional monetary assistance came from Joe "LI Joe" Ciaramelli (gamer), Triple B Records, Justin Louden (Closed Casket Activities owner), Jake Zimmerman (booking agent), Kevin Otten (of Knocked Loose), Will Putney (producer), Jesus Piece, Sean Martin (Twitching Tongues, ex-Hatebreed), Aaron Edge (ex-Himsa, Harkonen), Shane Merrill (promoter), Judiciary, Davey Muise (of Vanna), Pete Grossmann (engineer), and Randy LeBoeuf (engineer), among many others. Not surprisingly, Harm's Way is extremely grateful for the response:
Thank you. pic.twitter.com/gZL7BK66Ci— Harm's Way (@harmsxway) October 4, 2018
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