A New Constellation
Style: Dark, Progressive Metal
Release date: May 26th 2009

In A new Constellation, Nahemah's second album, we are plunged into a more experimental and spiritual side of forward-thinking heavy music in-between epic beauty, harsh aggression and atmospheric accents.

The traditional dark metal parts can be monotonous, and the voice too dominating.
On another side, something happens when Nahemah goes jazz, on "Air", for example, or in the keyboard-dominated parts: the music then fits the title like a glove. It is floaty, dreamy, full of atmosphere, not without reminding of Anathema, Katatonia, Pink Floyd.

A great approach to music from this quartet from Alicante, Spain.


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

Label: Lifeforce Records
Distribution: Target (Denmark)
Reviewed by: LyM
Date: May 24th 2009