A bunch of SEPULTURA items are currently being auctioned via eBay, with the proceeds set to be donated to the tsunami relief effort.All monies raised will benefit the charities Doctors Without Borders and the Red Cross, who are working to help in the Asian continent following the tsunami (ocean earthquake) that tragically struck on Dec. 26, 2004 and affected countries all the way from Indonesia to Somalia. This auction has been verified by SEPULTURA and comes out of a personal collection by a fan. At the end of the auction, both the buyer and SEPULTURA will receive a receipt confirming that the monies have been paid and will be sent to the aforementioned charities.
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