Shadow of a Dream
A secret of the European underground... "The mix of electronics and guitars is well done and often ends in carrying choruses and powerful expressions of pop music. A few 80s new-wave influences are running through a couple of songs and I here immediately refer to "She Breaks My Faith". One of the best songs is for sure "Super Toys" where the pop style really excels in power. This singer has a real good voice(...)" Side Line Magazine - Belgium "...we can see influences of David Bowie, Depeche Mode, The Cure or Siouxsie and the Banshees. But let's not be confused. We are not merely looking for an eighties revival record, perhaps what they do have in common with the cited artists is the elegance with which they build their songs and their catchy effect." Sonido Obscuro - Spain "(...) The opening song 'Video Girls' reminds me a bit of The FAINT and is a good hit single. This makes you rather curious about what is going to come before going darker with 'Electric Floor', a pretty good song as well designed for electro goth dancefloors!(...) On this album, synth-pop sometimes collides with 80s hard rock rhythm guitars (a la BILLY IDOL or SISTERS OF MERCY vision thing era) and this works very well. A good surprise that should bring even better ones in the future." Veglam - France "Believe me folks; this one is really something special. People tend to brand bands like "they sound like...". Now you have the choice whether to behave like them or to accept the fact that Deep Sleep provides something completely new. Something that even might have the power to unite Goth rockers, Wavers and fans of Electro." Static Magazine - Germany.