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Vektor - Sign Worldwide Deal With Century Media Records


Technical thrash metal virtuosos Vektor signed new worldwide deal with Century Media Records, and the band are currently working on their upcoming 4th studio album, to be released in 2023. The band will hit the European roads with a new tour with Cryptosis, Comaniac, and Algebra. You can check out the dates below.

The band's guitarist and vocalist David DiSanto checked in with the following comment: “We are extremely pleased to announce that Vektor has signed with Century Media Records! They have long been on our radar, and we couldn’t be happier for this new partnership. Recording of our fourth studio album has commenced and we have set the bar very high for ourselves once again. We are eager to begin the next phase of our global takeover with such a legendary record label. On the heels of this amazing news, we cannot wait to begin our European tour this fall after a nearly six-year hiatus. See you out there, Vektonauts!“

Philipp Schulte, Vice President Century Media Records commented as follows: “We are excited to announce our cooperation with Vektor. Vektor seamlessly merge outstanding songwriting and technical finesse into something truly standard setting for modern metal. In the spirit of their quantum-leap vision for themselves, new music awaits. Let the countdown begin!“

“Activate Europe 2022” Tour:
Vektor, Cryptosis, Comaniac and Algebra.

05.10.2022 Hannover (Germany) - Bei Chez Heinz
06.10.2022 Dresden (Germany) - Chemiefabrik
07.10.2022 Vienna (Austria) - Vienna Metal Meeting
08.10.2022 München (Germany) - Backstage
09.10.2022 Wiesbaden (Germany) - Schlachthof
10.10.2022 Paris (France) - Backstage
11.10.2022 Lyon (France) - Rock 'n Eat Live
12.10.2022 Barcelona (Spain) - Boveda
13.10.2022 Murcia (Spain) - Garaje
14.10.2022 Madrid (Spain) - Nazca
15.10.2022 Lisbon (Portugal) - RCA Club
16.10.2022 Bilbao (Spain) - Stage Live
17.10.2022 Toulouse (France) - Le Rex
18.10.2022 Milano (Italy) - Legend
19.10.2022 Luzern (Switzerland) - Schüür
20.10.2022 Aalst (Belgium) - Cinema
21.10.2022 Eindhoven (The Netherlands) - Dynamo
22.10.2022 Arnhem (The Netherlands) - Willemeen
23.10.2022 Roskilde (Denmark) - Gimle
24.10.2022 Aalborg (Denmark) - 1000Fryd
25.10.2022 Hamburg (Germany) - Bambi Galore
26.10.2022 Dortmund (Germany) - Junkyard
27.10.2022 Mannheim (Germany) - 7-er Club
28.10.2022 Esch-Sur-Alzette (Luxembourg) - Kulturfabrik
29.10.2022 Regensburg (Germany) - Eventhall Airport
30.10.2022 Kassel (Germany) - Goldgrube

Vektor and Cryptosis - Live 2022:
02.11.2022 Nuneaton (UK) - Queens Hall
03.11.2022 Manchester (UK) - Rebellion
04.11.2022 Glasgow (UK) - Audio
05.11.2022 Dublin (Ireland) - The Grand Social
06.11.2022 Bristol (UK) - Thekla

07.11.2022 London (UK) - Boston Music Room
11.11.2022 Athens (Greece) - Kyttaro Live Club
12.11.2022 Thessaloniki (Greece) - Eightball Club
13.11.2022 Istanbul (Turkey) - Kadıköy Sahne

Source: facebook.com
Band profile: Vektor
Posted: 14.09.2022 by Bad English


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17.09.2022 - 23:02
Nate612

Written by GutturalNinja on 15.09.2022 at 14:26

Damn, I was really beginning to believe people using MS were a smarter, more nuanced bunch than your average internet commenter making personal insults to other users.

Its kinda sad to see people just be dicks because someone finds it hard to listen to a band that has a member that beat his wife. Literally not hard to get mad at a person for that.
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18.09.2022 - 02:23
Tuonelan

Written by qlacs on 16.09.2022 at 10:16

For me it helped a great deal to understand every abuse takes 2. One to do it, one to enable it. Morally and ethically there might be one victim and one abuser, but in reality both people are victims or were before and they just re-enact. The other two guys might be in the very same boat you are.


You know, if you had said that the people in an abusive relationship could all be caught in the middle of a cycle of abuse and trauma and that DiSanto could be a survivor of abuse too, I'd have agreed. But an abuser does not need permission and the person being attacked by an abuser often hasn't done a damn thing wrong to be in that position and doesn't deserve any suspicion or sense of guilt just because they got too close to a person with violence issues.

Shitty things can happen to people through no fault of their own.
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18.09.2022 - 08:09
miasmicvoid

Personally, i didn't feel empowered to do anything, let alone enable my ex to attempt to strangle me and then tell me they'd kill my family if i ever told anybody about it or attempted to leave them, but go off, i guess! <333
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18.09.2022 - 09:31
Stormm

Written by nikarg on 17.09.2022 at 10:44

The problem begins when social media becomes the new court. It's as simple as that. At the same time, everyone is entitled to their opinion, and they are free to choose to ignore a band if they feel that views or actions of their members do not sit well with them. I personally choose to neither condemn nor acquit anyone with social media posts being the sole evidence and especially when only one side has been heard, and there is no legal action known to have been taken. And, to be honest, I don't care. I am not a judge and never wanted to be one.

Finally, no one is forcing you to either listen to Vektor or to not listen to Vektor.


Amen to that.
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18.09.2022 - 11:39
qlacs
"The Quaker"
Written by Tuonelan on 18.09.2022 at 02:23

You know, if you had said that the people in an abusive relationship could all be caught in the middle of a cycle of abuse and trauma and that DiSanto could be a survivor of abuse too, I'd have agreed. But an abuser does not need permission and the person being attacked by an abuser often hasn't done a damn thing wrong to be in that position and doesn't deserve any suspicion or sense of guilt just because they got too close to a person with violence issues.

Shitty things can happen to people through no fault of their own.

I didn't say that because we don't know that, but it's likely. Healthly people treat others with respect as they would treat themselves. But there are characteristics that could eventually lead to abuse, and they can usually be seen before any serious event - being too dependent, being controlling and manipulative, inability for compromise and cooperation, emotional avoidance or getting upset at sensitive topics etc... and once seeing these then it's your decision to not pull the trigger before it's too late.

Anyway I don't want to hijack comments for such discussion, and this is just my opinion anyway.
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22.09.2022 - 02:14
IBlackened

Written by Iamgubbler on 17.09.2022 at 20:03

All I know is that a legitimately inspired artist is being silenced for throwing a pillow and it makes me sick.

Who is silencing Vektor? They were just dropped from Century Media. They can still create and release music. Hell, some labels might even want to sign them now just to "own the libs".
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