Philadelphia's VELOZATTACK — whose guitarist, Richard, was the touring bass player on the last DECAPITATED U.S. tour — will take part in a benefit concert for the families of DECAPITATED drummer Witold "Vitek" Kieltyka and singer Adrian "Covan" Kowanek on December 7 at the Millcreek Tavern in University City, Pennsylvania. Also scheduled to appear are RELLIK, MORTAL DECAY and DIVINATION. Check out a poster for the concert at this location.Witold "Vitek" Kieltyka died on November 2 in a Russian hospital from injuries sustained in a road collision. He was 23 years old. Covan was also hurt in the accident, which involved the band's tour bus and a truck carrying wood in Gomel, on the Russia/Belarus border. The frontman reportedly also sustained a head injury in the collision, which is believed to have been the fault of the band's driver (although this has not yet been officially confirmed). Covan has since been moved to a hospital in Kraków, Poland. Doctors describe his condition as stable and he is showing signs of improvement every day. VELOZATTACK performing live:
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