"Dark Days" is a profound and urgent musical exploration of a critical turning point in our society. Whether we acknowledge it or not, this transformation is unfolding right before our eyes. We find ourselves blindly accepting it, willingly trading comfort for a fleeting sense of happiness and sacrificing our privacy in the name of perceived safety. 

Throughout history, the brightest minds have issued warnings, attempting to alert us to the dangers we now face. These visionaries, capable of seeing through the layers of deception and manipulation handed down from those in power, have long cautioned us against the very fate we are now succumbing to. Yet, we remain oblivious, ensnared in invisible cages of our own making.

"Dark Days" delves into the unsettling reality of our modern existence. We are being systematically placed in metaphorical boxes, our focus constantly redirected while the fabric of our reality is dismantled around us. The album captures the insidious nature of this manipulation, where we are turned against our friends and family, and the lines between good and evil are blurred beyond recognition. Everything is weaponized, our souls consumed by a force we struggle to identify.

Through its haunting compositions, "Dark Days" asks the profound question: who are 'they'? The answer remains elusive, perhaps suggesting that the true enemy lies within ourselves. This album serves as a stark reminder of the subtle and pervasive ways in which our lives are controlled and manipulated. It challenges listeners to reflect on their own perceptions, urging them to awaken to the truths that have been obscured for far too long.

"Dark Days" is not just an album; it is a call to awareness, a plea for introspection, and a warning of the dark path we are treading. It encapsulates the tension, confusion, and existential dread of living in a world where reality itself is constantly under siege.

Recorded 2022

Released December , 2022 

Composed, Performed, Produced, Engineered, Mixed and Mastered by Christopher Sherren