Sleetgrout was formed in the end of 2005 and at once actively engaged in concert activity. The project fruitfully experimented with an alive guitar sound, and music Stylistically varied from dark wave to falling in a plane guitar industrial fate with distortion vocal. Gradually style of the project began to take shape in more electronic style, and after small change in team the project has gone assured step in a direction of Dark Electro / EBM. These changes could not remain unnoticed, first of all for organizers of concerts. Having given some concerts, the band already confidently divided one stage with German patriarches of dark wave DAS ICH. Acting as second time with Germans, Bruno Kramm speak rather flattering about the band. For public performance with Terminal Choice became not less remembered. The gig list has been expanded by participation in one of a large domestic international gothic style festivals - Radio Inferno. Also performance on yearly festivals : Synthetic Snow together Red Flag, Assemblage 23, Clan of Xymox as the stutter of a machine gun has laid public who after a concert has unanimously named group opening of year on domestic electro industrial stage. Working on a stage, the band did not forget about the second front, studio, laboriously sticking above the future debut material. By then, the band already has had time to be lit in the West and has received applications for remixes from several western executors, among which: Mechanical Moth, Wynardtage and Sinmasters (electro project of musicians Two Witches and Lacrimosa). The first demo tracks at ones got in foreign and domestic compilations: Dark Disco, Extreme Sundenfall 7 (with Hocico, Nursery Rhymes, ESC, Miss Construction, etc.), Rupal Records - The remix assault vol 1 (together with Wynardtage, X-Fusion, Davantage, Robert Dope, Yendri, etc) You will tell, It is the next advertising, who are they? Do we know them? We will tell you : just listen and you will understand all. They are just considerable talented guys.
Edited by AzerothGirl on 28 Apr 2012, 19:15
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