A symphonic goth steel troupe based from the Netherlands, Nemesea were founded in 2002 by vocalist/composer Manda Ophuis and guitarist Hendrik Jan de Jong. Nemesea trim their teeth starting for fellow Dutch brood-rockers After Forever, with whom these were originally likened, before inking a offer in 2003 with indie label Ebony Tears, which would concern the band’s 2004 debut record, Mana. Their 2007 crowdfunded sophomore studio room LP, IN CHARGE, arrived Nemesea a distribution cope with Tough Trade, and would ultimately steer them in direction of Napalm Information. Arriving this year 2010, Quiet Level of resistance noticed the group adding consumer electronics to its audio, aswell as dialing back again on a number of the neo-classical components that sugared previous works, and only a more simple alt-rock approach. Made by Guido Aalbers (Muse, Coldplay, WITHOUT DOUBT), the band’s very much anticipated fourth studio room long-player, Uprise, adopted in 2016.