Currently gearing up for a new album and tour dates in 2024, French heavy metal band Nightmare has a new single out on AFM Records, featuring new lead vocalist Barbara Mogore, and it’s a rerecording of ‘Eternal Winter’.
Founded in 1979, French heavy metal pioneers Nightmare has been an integral part of the European metal scene for the past three decades, and have been prolific with their album releases, while updating and evolving their sound.
With eleven studio albums under their belt and having toured worldwide, playing some of the biggest metal festivals like Wacken, Hellfest, 70,000 Tons Of Metal, Motocultor Open Air or Gods Of Metal, Nightmare has also supported the likes of Def Leppard, Sabaton, Saxon, Grave Digger and Blind Guardian. Their last album was 2020’s Aeternam, and two years later the band parted ways with singer Madie and Barbara Mogore joined,
Bassist and founding member Yves Campion said: “With Barbara joining the band in September 2022, jumping immediately into live performances with Full Metal Holiday in Mallorca (October 2022), 70000 Tons Of Metal cruise in January 2023 and an extensive European tour together with labelmates Rhapsody Of Fire in spring 2023, we have improved into new highlights and goals reached by Barbara’s talent to perform! Now, we are back to the studio for the recordings of what should be our most ambitious album so far, bringing Nightmare to new horizons, be ready to expect the unexpected”
New single, ‘Eternal Winter’ is a rerecorded version of the track originally released on the band’s 2009 album Insurrection.
Available on all digital services here you can check out the video here at RAMzine.
“We are thrilled to present our new music video!” said Nightmare. “We choose to take an old classic song from Nightmare and rerecorded it in the studio with our new vocalist Barbara, to give this track another vibe, a new musical approach and a new dimension. ‘Eternal Winter’ never had its own music video, so we have decided to bring other highlights to this song and make it sound like you never heard it before.”