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Tribute to Dead Drummer
December 19, 2007   
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Behemoth, one of the first black metal acts in Poland, is performing at Warsaw's Stodoła Club Jan. 7. The concert will be a tribute to Witold Kiełtyka, aka Vitek, the drummer of Polish metal group Decapitated, who died Nov. 2 after a road accident while touring Eastern Europe with his band.

Decapitated, founded in 1996 in Krosno in southeastern Poland, performs black metal bordering on the so-called tech metal. The band toured Britain in 2001.

Behemoth was formed in 1991 in Gdańsk by Adam Darski and Andrzej Muraszko. So far they have released seven albums, and have given numerous concerts abroad, including in the United States, Brazil, Germany, Italy, Spain, Russia, Portugal and Norway.

The Jan. 7 concert will feature performances by other metal bands and friends of Decapitated, such as Vader, Frontside and Virgin Snatch. All the proceeds from the tickets will go to the families of Vitek and Decapitated's singer Covan, who was injured in the road accident.

Jan. 7, Stodoła Club, 13 Batorego St., at 6 p.m.
tickets: zl.40, www.ticketpro.pl
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