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Fields of the Nephilim

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Fallen Fields of the Nephilim 03:51
Darkcell AD Fields of the Nephilim 03:52
Subsanity Fields of the Nephilim 04:32
Thirst Fields of the Nephilim 02:36
Preacher Man Fields of the Nephilim 04:20
One More Nightmare Fields of the Nephilim 05:12
Hollow Doll Fields of the Nephilim 04:48
Premonition Fields of the Nephilim 01:42
Mourning Sun Fields of the Nephilim 10:35
Blue Water (Electrostatic) Fields of the Nephilim 05:53

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Emerging from the shadows through layers of smoke machine fog, Fields Of The Nephilim took their stance as gothic lone rangers, dressed in black, dusty cowboy leathers and playing with occult imagery. One of the key players in the British goth movement of the mid-1980s, the band (named after a mystical novel by Aleister Crowley) were the vision of front-man Carl McCoy and went on to top the UK indie charts with debut album Dawnrazor (1987). Its follow-up The Nephilim (1988) made it to Number 14 in the full chart and the Londoners tapped into a gloomy, alternative feeling among their loyal fans with their clashing guitars and post-punk outsiderness. McCoy left the band in 1991 to form Nefilim, but after several fall-outs and failed reunions, the front man took the name Fields Of The Nephilim and worked with session musicians on the album Mourning Sun (2005) and the live DVD Ceremonies (2012).