1999 – present (22 years)
- Markus Stock (1999 – present)
The first release under this name was pretty standard black metal/ambient fare, having Ulf playing all instruments and doing the vocals. With the release of Tausend Kalte Winter, Sun of the Sleepless saw a change toward a more experimental side, with Ulf using an electronic beat instead of normal drumming for the title track. He further explored this style by releasing a full-blown trip-hop song called Neunter November in a compilation album.
In 2004, Sun of the Sleepless released a split album with another Ulf project, Nachtmahr. In it, he included the Tausend kalte Winter EP, Neunter November from the compilation album, and three new tracks, one of them being a cover of Burzum's Dunkelheit.
The project has been on hold while Ulf works on new releases with Nachtmahr and Noekk, and a rumored reunion with Empyrium.
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