Yet another band is putting an end to their journey. The Spanish progressive metallers Nahemah have decided to go separate ways with only three albums under their belt.
Here's the official statement from the band: "Hello everybody! We are writing you to inform you that NahemaH is ceasing its activity as a band. We have been forced to take such a difficult decision because it is impossible for us to compatibilize our lives and our day-to-day activities with the big responsibility of carrying out such an ambitious project like NahemaH.
We are extremely proud of the accomplishments of the band and in front of you. We only want to thank you for your wholehearted support and to apologize for this hard moment that all of us are surely going through. From now on, when you listen to a NahemaH song, just keep in mind that every second was created for you. Now destiny is separating us, but hopefully someday it will let us meet again. Goodbye. NahemaH."
They weren't too shabby, from what I can recall. Their debut was definitely pretty much a standard symphonic black metal album, but then they kind of went down a pseudo-extreme prog path. A couple of their songs were about as predictable as an Opeth acoustic breakdown, but they still managed to add quite a decent atmosphere to their music.