Vektor have discovered themselves faraway from the invoice of this yr’s ‘70000Tons Of Metallic‘ cruise. Earlier as we speak (January 03rd) it was revealed that the group had been ejected from the lineup of the approaching steel cruise, presumably amid public outcry. It’s a well-recognized state of affairs for the thrash steel band, as this previous September noticed them dropped from Century Media two days after the label introduced that they had signed them.
The controversy surrounding the group stems from allegations of sexual assault and bodily abuse made in opposition to vocalist/guitarist David DiSanto by his spouse on the time again in 2019. DiSanto would publicly deny these allegations again in July of 2019.
An announcement relating to the band being pulled from the ‘70000Tons Of Metallic‘ cruise reads as follows:
Regardless of the controversy, Vektor proceed to stay lively, having launched into a tour of the UK and Europe this previous fall. They’ve additionally been introduced for this yr’s annual ‘Hellfest‘ in Clisson, France.