Nahemah - A New Constellation

7.9 | 23 votes |
Release date: 25 May 2009
Style: Progressive death metal, Post-metal


28 have it
1 wants it

01. Much Us
02. Absynthe
03. Follow Me
04. Reaching The Stars
05. The Perfect Depth Of The Mermaids
06. Air
07. Under The Mourning Rays
08. The Trip
09. Smoke's Men
10. Outer

Paco Porcel - bass
Pablo Egido - vocals
Roberto Marco - guitars, bass
Miguel Palazón - guitars, bass, keyboards, drum programming

Session musicians
Daniel Gil - vocals
Riina Autio - vocals
Blai Cloquell - drums
Borja Rubio - saxophone
Javier Fernández - keyboards, programming

Additional info
Engineered, mixed and mastered by Rafael "Afa" Alvarez.
Artwork by Daniel Gil.

Guest review by
You know, finding a vibrant and recognizable sound among much fierce competition from the likes of Opeth, Katatonia or Green Carnation in the progressive metal scene is, to some people, beyond the bounds of possibility. Progressive metal is probably the only metal genre that, even after being combined with different elements, never loses its identity. Take Ark's Burn The Sun and Opeth's Blackwater Park for example, they are two stupendous masterpieces flagged as progressive but fall in different categories, and yet the enthralling complex song structure that pretty much defines progressive metal is brilliantly instilled in both.

published 20.07.2011 | Comments (1)

Hits total: 3329 | This month: 11