“Even in a dark venue, the music conjured up the imagery of a band of skeletons cruising through the dessert in an old Cadillac on their way to hell. That macabre vibe also brought with it this sense of power. Just because you’re cruising, doesn’t mean you’re not going 110 miles an hour.
The vocals of Miryam Nissan takes the power present in the music and gives it this enthralling eerie quality. It may be a stoic vocal performance, but it works to perfectly elevate Nightmare Blue’s sound to be something that is much more than the sum of its parts. It’s chilling and gets your pulse racing all in the same breath. Which is apt as the band looks completely entranced in the casting of their sonic spells. I got the feeling that whether there was a crowd or not, Nightmare Blue would still be in that room performing their ritual. The crowd was just a bystander to this otherworldly display.” – Robert Mayper