With "Days Without Sleeping" Eternal Nightmare presents their new album after three years of working. There will be a short, digital release and a carefully designed physical digipack version of it.
The music on the new album will be completely different as it was on the releases before, which were mainly electronic. Actually the borders between electronic music and guitars are broken and a new playground is going to be discovered on "Days Without Sleeping" and it seems that both elements don't want to exist without each other. Also the two cover versions ofNine Inch Nails' "Just Like You Imagined" and Cabaret Voltaire's "Yashar" are fitting into this piece of work like a part of a puzzle.
The result is a collection of energetic, aggressive and emotional songs, which lyrics are offering more than just a pure surface, because Nils Sinatsch - the man behind the project - releases his most personal album with "Days Without Sleeping" that allows a view into a time of missed aims, blocked art and subcultural and societal critiques.