"Whenever", the new video from the Dutch female-fronted rock/metal outfit NEMESEA, can be seen below. According to the band, "The clip [was] made on the spot during a rehearsal with a few phones and webcams."
"Whenever" comes off NEMESEA's third album, "The Quiet Resistance", which was released last November via Napalm Records. The CD was produced and mixed by Joost van den Broek, who has previously played with AFTER FOREVER, AYREON, SUN CAGED and VANDENBERG.
"The Quiet Resistance" track listing:
01. The Quiet Resistance 02. Caught In The Middle 03. Afterlife 04. Whenever 05. If You Could 06. High Enough 07. Say 08. It's Over 09. I Live 10. Stay With Me 11. Rush 12. Release Me 13. 2012 14. Allein (bonus track)
According to a press release, "The Quiet Resistance" "offers a more mature, modern, and contemporary approach than that found on NEMESEA's two previous efforts. Although the band continues to stay true to its characteristic style, they do not shy away from including new elements and details to refresh their sound. The guitars and Manda Ophuis' outstanding vocals continue to be the driving force behind NEMESEA. Manda perfectly understands which web of emotion to weave for each particular track and how to make use of her fantastic vocal lines to breathe life into the lyrics. With extremely appealing songs like 'Afterlife', 'Caught In The Middle', or the beautiful ballad 'If You Could', the alternative rock quintet have several surefire hits from the get-go. NEMESEA's 'The Quiet Resistance' offers intense and soulful alternative rock complete with a subtle breath of gothic and loudly demands the attention the band undoubtedly deserves."
Manda Ophuis - Vocals Hendrik Jan de Jong - Guitar Sonny Onderwater - Bass Frank Van Der Star - Drums Lasse Dellbrügge - Keyboards
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