In 1999 the band self-released their first album “Edens In Communion”. 2001 brought the release of NahemaH’s second album “Chrysalis” (Iberian Moon Records). Pulling from such influences as Dark Tranquillity or Opeth, the album proved to be very successful and was received well within the media exposure that was attained.
The critical acclaim NahemaH got from Chrysalis coupled with the 2002 most nominated band readers poll in the Spanish metal magazine Hell Awaits allowed for opportunities to open for bigger acts that were touring Spain, such as Moonspell and Alastis as well as a Mexican release of their debut album. 2007 saw the release of the bands second full length, “The Second Philosophy” (Lifeforce Records). They released a third album, “A New Constellation”, in 2009.
The band split up in July 2012.
Edited by CrimsonBizarre on 24 Dec 2012, 12:59
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