|Genres||Progressive death metal, symphonic black metal|
|Labels||Iberian Moon Records
|Website||Nahemah @ Myspace|
Enrique Perez "Fabique"
|Past members||Henry Saiz
Jose Carlos Marhuenda
Nahemah was formed in 1997 in Alicante, Spain. In 1999, their debut album, Edens in Communion, was independently released. In 2001, being signed to Iberian Moon Records, Nahemah released their second album, Chrysalis. The album received positive feedback and was re-released by Concreto Records. Nahemah also were an opening act for bands such as Moonspell and Alastis.
During 2003, Nahemah recorded an EP titled The Last Human, which remains unreleased. Following the recording of the unreleased EP, the band had line-up problems.
Between 2003 and 2005, the band was putting together their third studio album, The Second Philosophy. That album would see a release in 2007 via Lifeforce Records, a label which they were signed to in August 2006. In 2009, Nahemah released their fourth studio album A New Constellation, also, via the label Lifeforce Records.
In early 2012 Nahemah announced they were working on material for a new, as-yet-untitled album.
In August 2012, Nahemah announced via their official website that they have disbanded.
- Pablo Egido - vocals
- Miguel Palazón - guitars
- Roberto Marco - guitars
- Paco Porcel - bass
- Enrique Perez "Fabique" - drums
- Henry Saiz - bass
- Luis Martinez - drums
- Jose Carlos Marhuenda - guitars
- Daniel Gil - guitars
- Javier Fernandez - Teclados, Synths
- Jose Diego - drums
- Quino Jimenez - drums
- Edens in Communion (full-length, Independent, 1999)
- Chrysalis (full-length, Iberian Moon Records, 2001) (re-released by Concreto Records in 2002)
- The Second Philosophy (full-length, Lifeforce Records, 2007)
- A New Constellation (full-length, Lifeforce Records, 2009)