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Together with Korn, Slot performed at Saint Petersburg's Ice Palace and at MSA in Moscow in 2006.
They have been featured on numerous soundtracks for films such as "Day Watch", "Pirate", "Bumer" and "Hunting For Piranha". They have also been featured on compilations such as "Nashestvie", "Scang Fest", and "Rock Watch".
Due to the massive success of their second album, the band were once again nominated for the prestigious RAMP Awards in four categories. Slot received the most nominations in 2006. They won the 'Hit Of The Year' award. "2 Wars" was re-recorded and re-released in 2007, featuring their new vocalist Daria Stavrovich (nicknamed Nookie).
They have toured with Russian bands such as Animal JazZ and The Dolphin. They have also played with international rock bands such as Korn, Clawfinger, and Samael. In 2007 they performed alongside Aria at the RAMP Awards. The band embarked on a fifty-date tour of the Baltic region, where more than fifty thousand fans came out to support them in spring of 2007.
In early 2014, female singer Nookie was stabbed multiple times in her neck during an autograph session with their fans in a cafè in St. Petersburg. She was rushed to the hospital, where the doctors said that she was 'moderately grave', but her life wasn't in danger.
Slot took active part in music festivals such as Kubana and has shared a stage with legends of rock such as Korn, Limp Bizkit, Guano Apes, and many others.
After releasing six studio albums, two remix albums, one live DVD, several singles and several soundtracks, the Russian hit-makers are out now with their seventh album "Septima" licensed by Sliptrick Records outside of Russia, and M2BA in Russian territories.
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