DECAPITATED's VITEK: Tribute T-Shirt Now Available

An exclusive "Vitek Tribute T-Shirt" commemorating the untimely passing of DECAPITATED drummer Witold "Vitek" Kieltyka is now available. Limited to 100 units, it also commemorates the 2005 DECAPITATED/GOREROTTED European tour, which hit 12 countries in just under 30 days.

Wilson Gorerotted states: "I wanted to do something to mark our respect for the time we spent with Vitek and all of DECAPITATED when we toured in 2005. It was a very important tour for us, and we have remained friends ever since. I felt that this shirt could give metal fans something to remember Vitek, and at the same time raise some money for the family.

"Vitek's daughter was born when we were on the road together, and hopefully this tour souvenir can provide something for her future too."

DECAPITATED's Vogg added: "This is a tribute shirt for my brother Vitek. This shirt is also an expression of respect from our brothers in GOREROTTED, and a souvenir of one of the best tours we ever did."

The shirt has been donated 100% to the band, so every penny you spend goes directly to Vitek's family (less shipping cost). All shirts are black short sleeve, with white/silver print that "looks killer!" Available in M/L/XL, the shirt is extremely limited to 100 units, but if it proves popular, then it may be re-printed.

Wojtek Kieltyka, Vitek's brother, who is dealing with this tribute, states: "On behalf of Vitek's wife and daughter, I would like to express my sincerest gratitude and respect to everyone who will contribute to supporting his family, and keeping the memory of his genuinely inspiring personality and amazing talent alive by purchasing the t-shirt! 'Nothing truly good can ever be destroyed, or can ever die!'"

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