Unite the United 2013 Auction to Benefit Late Suicide Silence Singer’s Daughter
The Unite the United foundation is running a second online auction to benefit the future of late Suicide Silence singer Mitch Lucker‘s daughter. The auction, which just began, will raise funds going toward young Kenadee Lucker’s future educational pursuits.
Lucker died on Halloween night after a tragic motorcycle accident and many in the rock community have been lining up to pay homage to the singer and raise funds to help out his family. The Unite the United auction currently has a number of items that are on the block, with some of the end dates coming as soon as this Saturday (Jan. 26) and others with a longer bidding period of close to a month.
The big item on the block is a trip for two including airfare and VIP privileges to the U.K. Warped Tour stop in London. Of all the items, that has the longest bidding period with fans being able to raise the price through Feb. 21. Other memorabilia on the block includes signed drumheads from The Used and Bring Me the Horizon, autographed posters from Asking Alexandria, Blaqk Audio, Hollywood Undead, Slayer‘s Kerry King and Winds of Plague, signed promo cards from Chevelle and In This Moment, and autographed CDs from Arch Enemy and Arsonists Get All the Girls.
Linkin Park have donated an autographed lithograph. On Mice and Men‘s Austin Carlile and Hatebreed‘s Jamey Jasta autographed t-shirts. Falling in Reverse have put up a Ron Ficarro smashed bass guitar on the block. Darkest Hour and Bring Me the Horizon autographed instruments. Plus, there are numerous signed items from Suicide Silence themselves.
To check out the Unite the United auction, click here.