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Monday, November 10, 2008

Fields Of The Nephilim - The Nephilim

More dust and death from the influential gothic rock band Fields Of The Nephilim. This is definitely my favorite album by the Fields.
McCoy vocals come off as a cross between Ian Curtis, Alan Jourgenson and Andrew Eldridge. The music has a certain power behind it, the lyrics are deep, thought-provoking, even sad. On this album, the band had definitely solified their sound into something solid, unique and wonderful.

Here is the video for Moonchild. It reminds me of some of Kenneth Anger's works.

Year of Release: 1988
Label: Beggar's Banquet
Genre: gothic rock

Track List
1. "Endemoniada"
2. "The Watchman"
3. "Phobia"
4. "Moonchild"
5. "Chord Of Souls"
6. "Shiva"
7. "Celebrate"
8. "Love Under Will"
9. "Last Exit For The Lost"

Download: Fields Of The Nephilim - The Nephilim
Download size: 50 MB zip file


HiFidiot said...

wow, thanx mate! I love that band! Great!

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