In 2010 Virgelle managed to finish composing and recording some of his unfinished songs.They were ready in Autumn, and on January 2011 they were released as a debut EP called 'Stop Drinking! Go Sleeping!' including a cover version of the song "Myaso" ("The Meat") by the local band from the 90s called "Sodium".
In May Virgelle moves to Yekaterinburg and starts looking for musicians. As a result Nikita Bobrov (bass) and Vyacheslav Lukin (guitar) join the band in August. The band makes their first and successful appearance at Deathcave Festival 2011 in St. Petersburg supported by Alexander Sorokoumov (The Sky Fades Away) as a guest musician on drums on September 24.
After the concert the band comes back to Yekaterinburg. Nikita Bobrov leaves the band soon to concentrate on his own project. Some auditions for musicians take place, but due to the unpopularity of the genre there are almost no musicians in Yekaterinburg, that feet the conception. In March Anastasia Chelnokova joins the band to play synths. In August Virgelle, Vyacheslav and Anastasia record a new single and shoot a music video. But in September Virgelle gets accepted to do a year of volunteering in Jena, Germany. The single and the video 'In Paradise' get issued as internet release on February, 2013.
Virgelle comes back to Russia in September, 2013. The band goes on with the renewed lineup: Virgelle (vox, guitar), Vyacheslav Lukin (guitar), Alexandr Sorokoumov (drums) and Mikhail Neofitov (bass).
Influences: Einstürzende Neubauten, Neu!, Can, Amon Düül, Bauhaus, Siouxsie & the Banshees, Sex Gang Children, Christian Death, Jacquy Bitch, Neva, 45 Grave, Alien Sex Fiend, Death in June, Sobaki Tabaka, Cinema Strange and so on
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