Yesterday (January 3rd), VEKTOR found themselves removed from the lineup of this year’s “70000Tons Of Metal” cruise, likely due to public backlash. It is an all too familiar situation for the thrash metal band, who only two days after signing with Century Media back in September were unceremoniously dropped by them.
In 2019, Katy DiSanto, the wife of VEKTOR vocalist/guitarist David DiSanto, posted a short video on her Instagram that she captured with her cell phone. The clip displayed David picking up and throwing his wife around violently while berating her in a loud voice; Katy could be seen crying silently as he threw a pillow at her face.
She accused David of stealing their wedding money because he’d been fired from his job for showing up hungover too many times, that he strangled her in a San Antonio hotel room until another room called the cops, that he sexually assaulted her in Salt Lake City then locked her in a basement and told her not to talk about it.