"As a continuation of their "vicious circle" theme, the band played a show to benefit the homeless last Friday at Duggan's. The show was successful, and the bar even donated half of its tips to shelters. True to their party origins, the band is known for partying with their fans after their shows, but this show was inspired by the times they have "partied" with the homeless. The members relayed stories of sitting and talking with homeless people. One night, on their way back from a show, they stopped in an overpass and stayed the night with a couple of homeless guys. Before leaving, they gave spare blankets to the two men. The band practices the same concept of "giving what they've got" in writing their music and on stage as well."
“-From an interview with producer Tom Tatman: When asked: “Now that the CD has been finished, what do you think of Vitosus and their future as they look to introduce themselves to the world?” Tom answered: “I have worked with many great bands, but very few like the boys in Vitosus have that “IT” factor.” ...If they (Vitosus) keep working as hard as they already do, it’s only a matter of time til’ things really take off for these young guys.” -Tom Tatman, Producer (Stone Sour) ”
“Vitosus puts on a good show and has very good stage presence, and plays music that you can’t help but bob your head to. Every song is extremely catchy and has big hooks to keep you listening. Though the guitars and vocals are extremely well played, I am most impressed by Kevin, the drummer. He incorporates many different styles in his playing, and really adds another dimensional to the sound of each song. This was another great performance by an up-and-coming hard rock band ”
“Vitosus opened up the show and definitely did not disappoint.This band’s influences range from soft rock to metal,creating a sound that can be enjoyed by everyone.I thought that Vitosus put on a great show; even I can’t find anything to complain about.I picked up one of the Vitosus demos,and I was surprised by how much they sound the same live and recorded.Lead vocalist, Drew,has that great,raspy,hard rock voice that is showcased in many rock bands.I thought both guitarists were very skilled,and they hit some great solos.Nate,bassist for Vitosus,played on the ground instead of the stage,and put on a great show.He was very energetic,and got the crowd into several of the songs.I think I was most impressed by drummer,Kevin.He is not your your typical drummer for this style.Kevin infuses quite a bit of metal drumming into the songs,which gives Vitosus a very heavy sound,with catchy choruses and hooks.Overall it was a very solid performance,and I really enjoyed it.”
“For up-and-coming Nebraska bands, like Vitosus and The Escape Clause, playing alongside notable hard rock acts like Janus and Seasons After gives them much-needed exposure and makes for a good show, too.”