Century Media Removes Vektor From Their Roster Just Few Days After Signing Them

Earlier this week, it was announced that Phoenix, Arizona based technical Thrash Metal masters Vektor have signed a new worldwide contract with Century Media Records and that they are currently working on their upcoming studio album, to be released in 2023.

Well, Century Media has now issued a brief statement revealing that Vektor has been dropped from their roster.

Statement reads as follows: “Effective immediately, Century Media has decided to part ways with Vektor.

Vektor is also scheduled for a tour with Century Media bands CryptosisComaniac and Algebra in October. It is unclear if the tour will go as scheduled at this moment.

In 2019, Katy DiSanto, the wife of Vektor frontman David DiSanto, posted a minute-long video in her Instagram she filmed with her cell phone that shows David picking her up and throwing her, loudly verbally berating her and throwing a pillow at her face while she quietly cries.

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.

David later denied all accusations.

In February 2021, Vektor independently released an EP, Transmissions of Chaos.