The last Friday of May 2019 comes with sad news for Bangladeshi rock fans. Acclaimed band Nemesis has announced an indefinite break in a Facebook post shortly after mid-noon.
Nemesis’s official Facebook page posted:
“Dear Nemesis Fans,
We would like to let you know that we are going on a break indefinitely and will not be able to perform any shows or take part in any music-related activities for the foreseeable future.
Till then, love from Nemesis! ❤️”
Nemesis debuted their first single, Obocheton in 2003. They rose to prominence in 2004-2005 with the release of their first studio album Onneshon and the subsequent releases of their acclaimed singles Dhushor Bhabma and Joyoddhoni.
With the release of their single Kobe and its music video in 2011, Nemesis took itself to new heights among the rock fans of Bangladesh. Nemesis performed in a number of reputed charity and commercial concerts in the following years.
Fans all over the country hope that this retirement is only a temporary one and their favourite band will return to rock the stage in no time.