This sucks a big bushel full of cocks.
Eclectic, free-form drone rock act Darsombra have been robbed. Some douche-nozzles busted into their Baltimore home, and stole everything that wasn’t nailed down, and even some stuff that was.
“We are saddened to report that our house in west Baltimore city was burglarized between 1pm-3pm on Wednesday May 29, and almost everything that we use to make our art was stolen,” says the band in a statement.
“This is the latest and most complete version of our missing stuff (including some serial numbers where we could find them). If you see any of these items please contact us at [our Web site],” writes the band.
Stolen were a white 1987 Gibson Les Paul Custom electric guitar (serial number 82317558); a late 90′s/early 2000′s era 8-string Rickenbacker bass, black and white in color; a silver 2005 Gibson Les Paul Studio baritone guitar (serial number 00055528); a silver 2005 Ernie Ball Music Man bass guitar; a black Yamaha acoustic guitar; a classical wooden guitar; a Rikki Ram student model sitar; a 1930s-era Vega 4-string tenor banjo without case; a Canon Rebel T3i digital SLR camera with a cracked viewing screen; a NEC NP215 projector attached to a small piece of plywood; a 2008 iMac desktop computer; a 2011 Macbook laptop computer (serial number D92GCJRJDRJ7); an Iomega desktop external hard drive without stand or power supply; an Epson RX595 printer; and a tripod, no brand.
If you see anyone trying to sell this shit online, do the right thing.
No, don’t buy it for cheap…contact the band.
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