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About A Plane Crash Ruin Birthday Party

About A Plane Crash apparently ruin a Birthday Party after getting too drunk and causing chaos. Many fans are furious and the band are receiving abusive comments across the nation. Found out more here!

UPDATE: SEE STATEMENT FROM THE VENUE AND THE BAND HERE

British hard-core band About A Plane Crash made themselves the UK’s most unpopular and hated band after supposedly turning an atmospheric gig into a night of utter chaos.

The band was supporting Malevolence and Desolated on January 6th at the ‘Blood N’ Bones birthday gig’ in Scunthorpe’s Lincoln Imp, but because of their apparent appalling drunken behaviour the gig was cancelled before they got the chance to play.

The show apparently  turned into shambles after an announcement was made to ‘calm down’ after a mosh pit got out of hand.

The story is that the bar was flooded after a roadie and an un-named member of About A Plane Crash supposedly turned on the bar taps when the bartender wasn’t looking, causing leakages through the floor into the cellar below, ruining the electrics.

The gig was then cancelled and due to their actions, the band was refused payment for the gig. It has later come forward that approximately £700’s worth of equipment had been stolen from other bands at the event including Malevolence.

There has been no evidence of who stole the equipment, but due to obvious circumstances the blame has been pointed at About A Plane Crash until proven innocent.

Many bands have shared their outrage via social media networks such as Facebook and Twitter.

Against The Flood posted “they should be ashamed of themselves” where Annotations Of An Autopsy posted a rather comical picture shown here.

Within hours their Facebook page was flooded with angry and abusive comments.

What is to say is that a lot of people are angry and upset about the situation, and how the event turned into total chaos.

UPDATE: SEE STATEMENT FROM THE VENUE AND THE BAND HERE

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