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Fail Emotions — russian independent band, was founded in spring 2008 in Yaroslavl (Russia), performing on english.

One of the most successful projects of Russia, combines a variety of musical genres, such as , , , , , and drum & bass, creating its own special unique sound.

The band have two albums, two EP’s and several singles. Signed to the label Go With Me in Japan. Work with Geki Rock and Harmonix.


Band members:

Current members:
Vlad Akimov (rus. Влад Акимов) — extreme vox
Ilya Fatal (rus. Илья Коровин) — DJ, sequence, wooble
Evgenii Artemiev (rus. Евгений Артемьев) — guitar
Egor Sosnovkin (rus. Егор Сосновкин) - guitar
Artem Boronenkov (rus. Артём Бороненков) — bass
Roman Brizgunov (rus. Роман Брызгунов) —drums

Anton Sakharov (rus. Антон Сахаров) — sound producer

Former members:
Pavel Mayorov (rus. Павел Майоров) — vox
Ilya Kornienkov (rus. Илья Корниенков) — guitar
Kir Yurtaykin (rus. Кир Юртайкин) — bass
Anton Bakeev (rus. Антон Бакеев) — vox


Discography:

Studio albums:
2010 Transfornation
2012 Transfornation (Japan Edition)
2014 Renaissance (Pt. One)

EP:
2009 Side A
2012 Speed of Light
2013 Speed of Light (Japan Edition)

Singles:
2009 Shades
2010 Makes Bad
2010 Dance Macabre (Maxi-Single)
2011 We Are Legend
2013 Gravity

www.failemotions.com

Edited by nikitahripin on 12 May 2014, 17:20

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Formed in
  • 2008
Founded in
  • Yaroslavl (Russia)
Band Members
  • Vlad Akimov   (2009 - )
  • Ilya Fatal   (2009 - )
  • Evgenii Artemiev   (2011 - )
  • Egor Sosnovkin   (2011 - )
  • Artem Boronenkov   (2011 - )
  • Roman Brizgunov   (2008 - )
  • Anton Sakharov   (2011 - )
  • Pavel Mayorov   (2009 - 2013)
  • Ilya Kornienkov   (2009 - 2011)
  • Kir Yurtaykin   (2009 - 2011)
  • Anton Bakeev   (2008 - 2009)
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