Unleashing The Undead Within: EYMMI’s “Zombie” A Metaphorical Confession Of the Soul


In the twilight of Halloween, EYMMI presented the world with a chilling reflection of the human psyche, shrouded in the ghoulish guise of his latest track, “Zombie.” This ultimate addition to the Halloween playlist is a raw, metaphorical confession that gnaws at the edges of the soul with the voracity of the undead.

The lyrics of “Zombie” are a macabre dance between literal horror and figurative expression. “I’m starving, all day and all night / Looking for something I can bite” might evoke the image of a mindless creature prowling in the night, but dig beneath the surface, and it’s a stark portrayal of an insatiable hunger within the human spirit, a desperate yearning that goes beyond physical needs.

As EYMMI professes, the lyrics are metaphors that express the darkest corners of his existence. The zombie becomes a veil, a curtain behind which he confesses sins without the fear of judgment. “I’m dead, but I am still alive / My only urge is to do crimes,” he laments, articulating a sense of living in a paradoxical state where one is neither fully alive with virtue nor entirely dead to emotion.

The visuals accompanying “Zombie” is a cinematic spectacle that stands on par with the most gripping of Hollywood horror stories. It toys with the notion of EYMMI as both the prisoner and the haunting presence—locked perhaps not in an asylum but within the confines of his own tormented psyche. The video’s eerie ambiance, chilling sequences, and the transformation of the artist into a creature of the night serve to externalize the internal chaos depicted in the song.

As Halloween fades and the echoes of “Zombie” linger in the air, EYMMI has ensured that his confessional will haunt listeners for a long time to come, challenging them to decipher the human truths hidden within his nightmarish vision.

Watch the official video for “Zombie” here”

Listen to the song below: