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Nahemah - A New Constellation
No, it’s not a typo (in case you thought Nehemah released a new one), but a completely different band. This Spanish band is best labelled to be a progressive band with an experimental edge and they have released their fourth album A New Constellation.
Nahemah opens the album strongly with 'Much Us'. Every instrument gets a good share of attention and if you listen carefully, you will discover some nice bass parts, catchy guitar riffs and a varied set of drums. It’s not hard to distinct between the different instruments, because it’s a clean production. Especially the clean vocals are very easy to listen to and I tend to compare these Spanish guys with a band like Opeth, although Nahemah has a less sweet taste and if I may say so; even more diversity. During 'Absynthe' for instance you will hear a saxophone solo which is amazing if you ask me.
Some albums are always nice to listen to and some albums are best when you have a certain mood. I think that’s the case with the latest release of Nahemah as well. What kind of mood, you might wonder. Well, during 'Smoke’s Men' you actually hear bird sounds. So I guess it’s the kind of music you put on when you’re feeling relaxed and are in need of something else than the ordinary bang of the head. You can call me crazy, but I think Nahemah has a very sophisticated way of playing their music and I appreciate that a lot.

Nahemah - A New Constellation
80/1001Details Lifeforce Records
Released on Tuesday May 26th, 2009
Progressive / Experimental

Writer @Kaar on Tuesday Jun 2nd, 2009

Tags: #Nahemah
Tracklisting 1. Much Us
2. Absynthe
3. Follow Me
4. Reaching The Stars
5. The Perfect Depth Of The Mermaids
6. Air
7. Under The Mourning Rays
8. The Trip
9. Smoke’s Men
10. Outer
Line up Pablo Egido - Vocals
Paco Porcel - Bass
Miguel Palazon - Guitars
Rob Marco – Guitars