CAULDRON/KILL CHEERLEADER's Tour Van And Equipment Stolen

Jason Decay (CAULDRON, KILL CHEERLEADER, ex-GOAT HORN) has issued a plea to anyone who has seen a metallic blue late model GMC van after the vehicle — which doubles as the tour van for both CAULDRON and his side project KILL CHEERLEADER — was reportedly stolen last Thursday (Dec. 21) in Toronto along with several thousand dollars worth of CAULDRON band merchandise. Decay explained that the van was no longer covered by theft insurance as the band could no longer afford it according to a posting on MySpace.

If you happen to see the van please let the band know at Any financial donations to help the band recoup its losses can be sent to [email protected]

CAULDRON features in its ranks former former GOAT HORN members Decay (bass, vocals) and Al Biddle (drums), along with guitarist Ian Kilpatrick. The band recently uploaded a demo version of the song "The Striker Strikes" from its upcoming EP "Jump in the Cauldron" at this location.

(Thanks: Andrew / The Space Lord)


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