Nemuer [ne-moo-er] is a dark pagan folk project from the Czech Republic. Since 2014 Nemuer’s main aim has been to immerse the listeners into the world of dark fantasy, eerie dreams, and mystical atmosphere.
Through their dreamy acoustic music, Nemuer brings ancient myths and stories back to life. In order to keep the atmosphere utterly immersive, they use solely authentic dead languages or lyricless primordial chanting.
The project has never been about music only. They create a hypnotic, transcendent experience that combines art with ancient mysticism.
Nemuer’s experimental music features grim captivating tones of acoustic guitar, primordial chanting, female soprano, traditional and unique instruments, and unusual harmonies.
The project Nemuer is rooted in ancient Egyptian, Babylonian, Mayan, and Norse mythology.
Nemuer is a four-member act now!
21st August 2019Nemuer’s evolution has by no means come to an end. With great joy we announce that our friend Martin Kopl has joined our atmospheric family! As the new album is far more ambitious than anything ...
Nemuer enhanced by a drummer!
9th July 2019Nemuer is evolving and expanding. We are excited to finally announce that our dark pagan music family has been after 5 years of its existence enhanced by a new member! Friends, please welcome heartily...
Urðarbrunnr Teaser with Release Date
3rd July 2019Dear friends, with great joy we finally disclose that for a long time we have been working on a new album called Urðarbrunnr. This time Nemuer will take you to the world of Norse mythology and will do...
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Nemuer is available for film or game music composition and recording as well as for live performances.
Contact Michael Zann (Krca) on +420 736 445 300