The Slay My Sanity band was called to music duty back in 2009, when guitarists Dmitry Timofeev and Danil Chernovalov parted ways with Neverville. Set for playing a heavier and rougher stuff than they had before, the young men teamed up with the then unoccupied vocalist Alexei Varfolomeev. A three-piece, yet unnamed and still looking for a drummer and a bassist, they decided to begin practicing by playing covers of Children Of Bodom, Sentenced, and In Flames. Each favoring different genres, the guys shared a passion for aggressive yet melodious music with extreme vocals. A couple of months later, the band had finally found a drummer, Andrei Shirokov. His enrollment speeded up their activity as the musicians went on to writing their own stuff. By the end of 2009, the first songs were tried out. Around that time, Slay My Sanity was voted for as the most preferable option to call the band. For most of the year 2010, the musicians were working hard to extend their own catalogue and polish their skills on covers. The only problem still remaining was the absence of a bassist. However, it all became insignificant when later that year Dmitri joined the army, which meant a long hiatus for the entire band. Whatever the circumstances, no one ever expressed a doubt that the Slay My Sanity project would be kept alive. A year later, Slay My Sanity were back in action. Furthermore, early in 2012, the long-anticipated bassist came along, Maxim Sakhno to complete the formation if the full-format band in the long run. By that time, Slay My Sanity had made enough songs to release a substantial album, but first things first. It was agreed on first playing a debut gig and then working on a studio offer. Still, to give listeners a taste of what their music was like, the ensemble shared a four-track demo on-line named after their first song, Roll On One, in summer 2012.
We are happy to present you the digital EP, which includes only four tracks. Hope you enjoy them!