MY DYING BRIDE Singer Auctions Off Rare Items

MY DYING BRIDE frontman Aaron Stainthorpe has gathered up a lot of rare MDB stuff he no longer wants to hold onto and is in the process of auctioning it off on Ebay. The money raised will be donated to an animal sanctuary in Yorkshire. Says Aaron, "I have been having a look through all the MDB things I have collected over the last 12 years and have decided that I have too much of the same item and so a clear out is needed."

"It's a win-win-win situation," he added. "I'll be happy to get rid of some clutter, the fans will be happy at the chance to get hold of some rare goodies, and the charity will be very happy at some welcome cash."

To bid on the first few items being auctioned off, click here.


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