Russia’s dark electro act Sleetgrout offers 5-track EP ‘Farewell, Nit!’ for free download

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October 12th sees the release of “Farewell, Nit!”, the brand new EP by one of the leading Russian dark electro acts, Sleetgrout. Just like on their last releases the band again mixes its unusual way of songwriting with several genres. “Farewell, Nit!” acts as a teaser for the band’s new full-length album. The EP is distributed for free in FLAC and MP3 and is Sleetgrout’s way to thank their old fans (and welcome new ones).

10653773_958005607564469_5480616799173828286_nThe EP includes 3 new original tracks (“Farewell, Nit!”, “Just Want To Bite” and “I Bought Coffins feat. Cygnosic”) and 2 remixes by Alex Dvane (“Just Want To Bite”) and Hydroxie (“Farewell, Nit!”).

Note that Georg from Cygnosic contributed his guest vocals in Russian for “I Bought Coffins” and that Rita, the only female member in Sleetgrout is featured on “Just Want To Bite” (you can see her on the photo on the left).

You can download this free Sleetgrout EP from the Insane Records website or from Bandcamp, or just download below.

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