MESHUGGAH's HAAKE: The Future Will Be A Sadder Place Without VITEK's Drumming

Drummer Tomas Haake of the Swedish experimental metallers MESHUGGAH has issued the following statement regarding the regarding the passing of DECAPITATED drummer Witold "Vitek" Kieltyka, who died at the age of 23 in a Russian hospital from injuries sustained in a recent road collision:

"The metal community has lost one of the most talented and skillful drummers of our time! I remember when I first heard DECAPITATED's 'Organic Hallucinosis' and it just blew me away! What a band and WHAT A DRUMMER!!! Vitek was a true talent and drummer genius and his passing is just so very, very wrong! The future will be a sadder place without your drumming!!! Our thoughts go out to the band and to their families in this sad, sad moment.

"Rest in peace, Vitek."


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