Harm’s Way recently lost $20,000 worth of gear and merch after their trailer was stolen following their September 27 show in Las Vegas, NV and Colin Young (Twitching Tongues) set up a GoFundMe campaign to help them replace everything. Now, the group have revealed that they have raised enough money and they also took some time to thank everyone for their contributions. You can see what they had to say in the below Instagram post. As previously reported, members of Slipknot, Hatebreed, Fall Out Boy, etc. all contributed to the campaign.
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We can not believe the love we have received over the last few days. Going from the lowest point as a band to being able to recover almost completely in as little as four days is something we really didn’t expect. We want to thank everyone who has helped, offered to help or just given us some kind words. Too many friends to thank, too many bands and labels to list, but you know exactly who you are. We are going to have the GoFund Me page taken down first thing tomorrow morning to allow anything that was donated today the chance to clear and to avoid receiving anything more than we need. For everyone asking, the merch store will be restocked as soon as we are able, but please be patient with us until then. We will continue with normal Harm’s Way posting from this point on. Thank you.