Hemina first appeared on my radar back in 2012 with its skillful debut album Synthetic, which I had the pleasure of reviewing, and enjoyed quite a bit. The album had its issues, and Hemina became a “band with unrealized potential.” With 2014’s Nebulae, an album that started as an EP and expanded to a full length, I’m happy to report that the band has more than realized its potential, but rather exceeded all my expectations: delivering one of the best progressive metal albums I’ve ever heard.
Hemina – Nebulae (2014)
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