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Rivers Of Nihil robbed in St. Louis

Thursday, May 15, 2014 6:23 AM PT


Rivers Of Nihil, currently en route to kick off their tour with Whitechapel and Devildriver, had their van broken into last night in St. Louis, Missouri. Here's what the band had to say:

"We got hit hard tonight. Somebody punched the lock on our van in St. Louis and stole a ton of our belongings including: passports, laptops, recording equipment, money, clothes, etc. Not that this post will get us any of those things back, but if you hear anything or can help in any way please reach out. Thanks guys."

If you have anything to spare, please help out our Reading, PA brethen and send some money to the band's PayPal here: riversofnihilpa@yahoo.com


13 comments


anonymous
5/15/2014 6:40:11 AM
the only good part of st louis is leaving it..

5/15/2014 6:44:10 AM
Punched the lock off? Who robbed them? The Incredible Hulk?

I picture Hulk being into djent and scene chicks in labcoats.

anonymous
5/15/2014 6:59:26 AM
When will bands learn to NOT leave valuable things in a van??? How hard is it to take it with you?

5/15/2014 7:39:24 AM
that's my city.
bunch of fcking jerks, no wonder no one plays here. we suck.

anonymous
5/15/2014 8:09:31 AM
Why in the fcking world do bands still leave money, laptops, passports, etc in their van? WHY? YOU SEE A STORY ABOUT IT EVERY WEEK.

anonymous
5/15/2014 8:53:41 AM
Most people in a touring band work at hot topic, guitar center,etc. Its not like they have engineering degrees. So I'm thinking the intelligence level isn't that of Mensa standards. Don't leave your sh*t in the van!!!

anonymous
5/15/2014 9:22:26 AM
Someone was upset that Michael Sam got drafted. Let it go, STL. Let it go.

anonymous
5/15/2014 10:51:41 AM
^ THIS

anonymous
5/15/2014 2:42:32 PM
Bag of jewels etc etc.

anonymous
5/15/2014 8:28:04 PM
Robbery: The felonious taking of the property of another from his or her person or in his or her immediate presence, against his or her will, by violence or intimidation.

Theft: the felony of breaking into and entering the property of another at night with intent to steal, extended by statute to cover the breaking into and entering of any of various buildings, by night or day.

Source: www.dictionary.com

5/16/2014 8:42:27 AM
"brethrens" LOL no help ever you stupid webby f4ggot

anonymous
5/16/2014 5:47:36 PM
I was there. It was an awesome show, but it did suck when they mentioned it while on stage. Revocation stole the show.

St. Louis is notorious for car break-ins. You don't even want to leave a quarter in view or some idiot will bust your window for it.

anonymous
5/16/2014 11:50:11 PM
iverhyped shitband gets robbed ins t. louis