Steele Groove musicians were left to pick up the pieces after vandals ransacked a recording studio owns by the band. They made a startling discovery; thieves broke into the studio and vandalized it. The burglars tossed the place, broke everything, and dropped furniture and equipment all over the floor. “We had no problems at all, no rifts with nobody,” one musician said. The same week one of the musicians’ car was set on fire in his garage. French police are investigating whether both cases are related. “We were very attached to our studio, and that’s the most devastating part of it all, even though I don’t think the vandalism was personal”, said Alex, the guitarist. The vandalism was the first real trouble for the band, which has been getting momentum for couple months in the Antillean community as well.
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